Anthology and local school create picture perfect vision of Tottenham
In the lead up to the festive season and to celebrate Tottenham Hale, an area Anthology is proud to be becoming a part of, the property developer was thrilled to work with local school, Ferry Lane Primary School, to create their very own bespoke 2018 annual calendar showcasing creations from pupils.
The Anthology team played host to a photography competition with the school located just around the corner from Anthology Hale Works, which required children to take photographs of their favourite areas and locations within their neighbourhood to reveal what they love about learning and living in Tottenham.
The entries submitted included photos of local sights and landmarks as well as shots of the people and lives that make up the thriving community. Of the entries, the 12 best images were carefully selected by the Anthology team to make up the 2018 calendar, which was created and supplied by Anthology. The calendars sold out at the school’s Christmas concert on 19th December, with all proceeds going back to the school to help fund future projects and much needed supplies.
Speaking of the collaboration with Ferry Lane Primary School, Chris Powell, Project Director for Anthology’s Hale Works development, commented: “It’s been great having the opportunity to work with the pupils of Ferry Lane Primary School to celebrate the Tottenham community. This project has helped us get to know the area even more as who better to teach us about our new community than its very own local experts?
“Tottenham is a truly unique and vibrant neighbourhood, which welcomes residents from all walks of life and backgrounds, so it was fantastic to see the variety of photos captured by the budding photographers of the school.
“As the calendars were in such high demand, we are currently in the process of printing a further batch so more families and friends of the school can enjoy the photos as they turn to a new month during 2018.”
Lisa Rawashdeh from Ferry Lane Primary School, added: “We would like to thank the Anthology team for working with the students on this competition and giving them the chance to showcase all of the great reasons why they love living in Tottenham. The students were thrilled to see their photos within the 2018 calendar, which though the selling of these creations, is helping us to raise further funds to better our school.”
For more information about the new homes Anthology is bringing to the exciting area of Tottenham Hale, visit https://anthology.london/developments/hale-works