In 2019 Westminster Befriend a Family (WBAF) celebrates 30 years as a charity that has provided mentoring and befriending services to local, under privileged, mostly single parent families in the Borough of Westminster.  We wanted to use this year to celebrate the diversity, cultural and material, of the lives that are lived in this area and to raise awareness among local residents and businesses of the work we do.  We also want to encourage and enable our community to tell Westminster stories through the medium of photography.

 

 

Westminster Befriend a Family presents…
Uncover Westminster: A Photography Exhibition

We are grateful and humbled by three decades of service to vulnerable and disadvantaged families in Westminster. To celebrate the occasion together with the communities we serve, we will be holding a touring photography exhibition. In the spirit of “Uncover Westminster”, we are inviting you to submit your photography inspired by two themes:

  • A day in the Life
  • Borough of Contrasts

Landscapes, portraits, personal documentary… From spontaneous street moments to organized set-ups, we want you to show us your unique vision of this multifaceted borough we call home.

Share your photos from across the borough for a chance to be featured in our touring exhibition.

 

How to Enter

SNAP a photo within the borough

FOLLOW @befriendafamily

POST your photo to Instagram

TAG your post using #befriend30 and @befriendafamily

COMMENT – tell us when you took the photo, where and give us a brief description of what you captured

… and your photo could be featured in our exhibition

 

Entry conditions

Photos must be your own

Photos must be taken within the boundary of the borough of Westminster

Please read the full Terms & Conditions before submitting your image

Closing date: 31 March 2019

 

Rules

See our Terms & Conditions for details

 

More on our borough

For more on the contrasts of our borough, take a look at some of our Uncover Westminster articles.

Housing

Education

Health

Opportunities

 

WBAF 30th Anniversary Photography Exhibition