The London Photo Walk


NEW DATE – Turkish Day in London – Sun 1 June 2014

Sunday, 6 April 2014, 18:17 | Category : Upcoming Photo Walks
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This will be a great STREET PHOTOGRAPHY opportunity for anyone looking for a colourfull spring day out with thier camera.
Expect a great day at this World famous landmark.
If you want to experience Turkish culture with music, entertainment, food and wonderfull friendly people then this is a good place to start, and a good place for a beer when were done taking photos.

What Turkish Day In London Organisors have to say:

Dear Turkish Day in London community,
As you may be aware, Turkish Day in London was postponed in response to the mining accident in Soma, Turkey. Our thoughts remain with the family, friends and colleagues of those who have lost their lives.
Thank you for the incredible amount of support and positive messages you have shared with us over the last few days. We were very touched by your understanding about our postponement of Turkish Day in London.
We are pleased to announce that Turkish Day in London will be on Sunday 1st of June 2014 at Trafalgar Square. We are also pleased to say that all performers, exhibitors and activities remain unchanged. Please share the new date and posters with your friends, family and colleagues. We hope that everyone can get together and enjoy the day!

“Turkish day in London is a unique event inspired by the Turkish community living here in the United Kingdom. Our event offers a full day packed full of activities and features that deliver the best and most accessible way to enjoy a Turkish cultural experience outside of Turkey.

From live performances by leading Turkish artists and musicians to recreations of Turkeys greatest landmarks, visitors can enjoy a complimenting mixture of modernity and tradition in a quintessentially British location with a distinctly Turkish atmosphere.’

This year, UK & Turkey Events set out to organise “Turkish Day In London” in Trafalgar Square, exposing Turkish culture to the masses with an event that was to be the first of its kind in the United Kingdom and on a massive scale.

Our vision was to exhibit the diverse colours and vibrancy of the Turkish community in London whilst engaging with Londoners.”

LWP Meeting point : London Charing Cross Rail entrance
Finishing point: Tattershall Castle (ship), Victoria Embankment.

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