The Burslem Community Camera Club

The Burslem Community Camera Club have been safely documenting the beautiful Burslem park during the last 5 weeks. The project is designed for people to meet new people in their community, to engage with conversations and to document the stories, and the park itself. Photography is a social recreation, and we have used this to maintain engagement with group members, and to continue to grow community engagement throughout this challenging period of time.



The ‘Get Together’ Community picnic, took place in Burslem Park during lockdown.

The Bluebells Friendship Group enjoyed their craft sessions throughout lockdown.




Harley Street Medical Centre, tidying up the Garden during lockdown.





Christmas Gift Bag drop. We really enjoyed dropping off Christmas bangs for our community members. They loved them!



History walks around Hanley & Eturia with the Shelton Community Partnership 






Dropping Off food and drink donated from The Regent Theatre to Open Door charity.



Our online creative workshops went down well with the communities across Stoke-on-Trent.







Burslem Community Camara Club supported The Clubhouse Network with imagery, and stories for their monthly newsletter.




A special edition of Hopzine. Burslem Community Camera Club provided imagery of the Burslem Park for the latest edition of  Hopezine magazine





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