Emergency Exit Arts once again brought Eltham High Street to life with colour, music and light. With many schools and groups in the area taking part, we had over 500 people join us on the procession. Inspired by the wonderful world of Roald Dahl, hundreds of lanterns were created, and drumming bands with TARU created to add to the magic of Willy Wonka and his Chocolate Factory leading us!
Thanks to; Royal Borough of Greenwich, TARU, The Eltham Centre, St Mary’s Community Centre, Alderwood Primary School, Deansfield Primary School, Kidbrooke Park Primary School, Haimo Primary School, Gordon Primary School, Horn Park Primary School, Montbelle Primary School, Shooters Hill Sixth Form College, Eltham C of E Primary School.
Photo credit: Martin Brown
EEA was invited back to the annual Symposium.
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