22nd May 20
Our Headmaster, Mr Davies, is delighted to support ‘Shepperton Lockdown Doorsteps’ with his school doorstep photo. This photo was taken this week on the doorstep of the Georgian House leading out onto the Courtyard of Halliford School.
‘Shepperton Lockdown Doorsteps’ is a project to celebrate and support the community, whilst raising funds for ‘Bags of Food’. The project was started by Kim Fahey, the daughter of Old Hallifordian Art teacher, Penny Fahey. As of 22nd May 2020 the project has raised £2,630 for local food banks. This is a great cause and a wonderful initiative documenting the families, residents and businesses of Shepperton through doorstep portraits during lockdown. It is also a lovely way to connect the community during these challenging times.
Shepperton Lockdown Doorsteps is looking for people to help document this unique moment in our history by photographing residents of Shepperton on the doorsteps of their homes or businesses. As a whole the team would love these pictures to capture a snapshot of our community during this time of lockdown and social distancing while also raising money and awareness of Shepperton’s local food bank ‘Bags of Food’, who have seen demand for their service grow sharply in the last few weeks
Please check out the link below for more information on Shepperton Lockdown Doorsteps and to get involved if you are a Sheppertonian yourself.
The process is simple, a local professional photographer will photograph you on your doorstep, in return for a donation through their just giving page .
Please note: The photographer will be cycling to homes using his daily exercise and will stay at least 2 metres away from you at all time.