Thanks to everyone who was there on the day to be part of the new historic photo!
Buy or collect pre-ordered photos
Wednesday 11 November, from 6pm (prior to the Brockley Society AGM)
at the Brockley Social Club, 240 Brockley Road, Brockley, SE4 2SU
If you were there and want to be included in our records of the event, then please REGISTER here.
CONTRIBUTE – to help us meet the costs via Patchwork Present: £1 or much more.
MORE ABOUT THE DAY:
By participating in Brockley: Then & Now you waive all rights to Brockley Society, Frizbee Films and Simon Terrill (photographer); and hereby consent that any imagery, moving or still, made for this project may be reproduced across all media in the public domain.
Copyright of your own photographs, videos or other content made at the event remains with you regardless of whether or not you share them with us.
We found this remarkable photograph in the Brockley Society archives: a massive group portrait of the men, women and children who gathered on Hilly Fields, Brockley, in August 1918 after a procession commemorating the start of the First World War on 4 August 1914. See background on the original photo and current events, including press reports of the time.
Inspired by this photograph we took a new one on Sunday 19 July 2015, inviting anyone who lives in or feels any connection with Brockley. For this contemporary portrait of the people of Brockley we commissioned the photographer Simon Terrill. http://www.simonterrill.com/
We will offer a limited number of large prints as well as affordable prints for the public to buy as a record of the day.
We are grateful to our sponsors: