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Friday 16 October 2020. DON McCULLIN EXHIBITION. Tate Liverpool.

Saturday 26 September 2020. WHO WE ARE AND WHAT WE DO. BBC Writers’ Room. 1-2pm (Zoom)

Friday 25 September 2020. ALFRED BRADLEY BURSARY AWARD WEBINAR, BBC Writers’ Room. 9-10pm (Zoom)

Sunday 16 August 2020. LINDA McCARTNEY RETROSPECTIVE. Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool. https://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/whatson/walker-art-gallery/exhibition/linda-mccartney-retrospective#section–the-exhibition

Fri 14 August – Fri 22 August 2020 ANNUAL LEAVE

Thu 16 July – Fri 17 July 2020  ANNUAL LEAVE

Tue 23 June – Wed 15 July 2020 Normal working hours; essential visits only plus telephone contact. Mental Health Outreach Team, Halton Borough Council Social Services Vine Street Centre, Widnes, Cheshire. Telephone 0151 422 1714

Mon 1 June – Tue 23 June 2020 Normal working hours; essential visits only plus telephone contact. Mental Health Outreach Team, Halton Borough Council Social Services Vine Street Centre, Widnes, Cheshire. Telephone 0151 422 1714

Wed 24 June-Tue 30 June 2020 ANNUAL LEAVE

ANNUAL LEAVE Friday 29 May 2020

Mon 11- Thu 28 May 2020 Normal Working Hours; essential visits only plus telephone contact. Mental Health Outreach Team, Halton Borough Council Social Services, Vine Street Centre, Widnes, Cheshire. Telephone 0151 422 1714

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Spearheaded by The Duchess of Cambridge, Patron of the National Portrait Gallery, Hold Still, a portrait of our nation in 2020, is an ambitious community project to create a unique photographic portrait which captures the spirit, mood, hopes, fears and feelings of the nation as we continue to deal with the Coronavirus outbreak.

Whilst many people’s lives are on hold to help protect our helpers and heroes, there are some that are working harder than ever, and others that are enduring the upheaval of hardship and loss. Hold Still will capture a snapshot of the people of the UK at this time, creating a collective portrait of our nation which will reflect resilience and bravery, humour and sadness, creativity and kindness, human tragedy and hope as we hold still for the good of others, and celebrate those who have continued so we can stay safe.

The Duchess and the National Portrait Gallery invite you to submit your own photographic portrait, taken during these extraordinary times, which responds to one of the following themes:

  • Helpers and Heroes
  • Your New Normal
  • Acts of Kindness

One hundred shortlisted portraits will feature in a virtual exhibition on the Gallery’s website and a selection of images will also be shown across the UK later in the year.

The project is completely free and open to all ages and abilities. Images must involve people, and can be captured on phones or cameras. Each image will be assessed on the emotion and experience it conveys rather than its photographic quality or technical expertise. The closing date for submissions is the 18 June 2020.

Don’t forget to share your images with us on social media #HoldStill2020

This project is being supported by international law firm
Taylor Wessing, long-time sponsor of the National Portrait Gallery.

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