London Camera Exchange

London Camera Exchange is a heritage British brand, that can trace its origins back to the 1950’s when the founders acquired premises in Guildford, it quickly expanded and now has 28 branches around the country including one in The Strand, London.

Each store within the Group has retained an element of individuality and carries a range of stock chosen by its local manager and staff. As well as catering for most of the needs of a keen photographer, the shops also devote a lot of space to other types of optical equipment such as binoculars and spotting scopes. LCE is famed for it’s part exchange options, enabling those with a growing interest to trade up to the latest offerings and the range of used equipment on offer enables a cost-effective way in to the hobby.

So whether you are just getting into the joys of birdwatching, and are looking for your first pair of binoculars; searching for a camera to capture fun family days out in green spaces; or looking to take the next step in your wildlife photography; the team at London Camera Exchange are at hand to help you pick the perfect photographic equipment for getting wild in London and beyond.

Visit www.LCEgroup.co.uk to discover more.

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Waltham Forest Council

Waltham Forest is the Mayor’s first London Borough of Culture. The award, the flagship programme in his culture strategy, was a major new initiative launched by Sadiq to put culture at the heart of London’s communities. More than 15,000 people backed Waltham Forest’s bid, which aims to inspire 85% of households to participate in the cultural year, engage every school in the area in arts and culture, and to attract more than half a million new visitors to the borough.

The year will explore the themes ‘Radicals’, ‘Makers’ and ‘Fellowship’ in a collaboration between local residents, artists and creatives creating a once in a life time celebration of the place we call ‘home’. Waltham Forest, London Borough of Culture 2019 will shine a light on the character, diversity and cultures of the borough, the things we have in common and the things that make us different, a year-long celebration of the real cultures of London by the people who live here. 

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