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Flyer placement for my community art project

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Sunday 20 February 2011 8.55pm

I'm running a project offering free photographic portraits to the Elephant & Castle/Walworth Road community and am looking for venues/businesses to place my flyers, any suggestions?

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Tuesday 22 February 2011 7.23pm
no thoughts?

Tuesday 22 February 2011 11.43pm
I donít know, this webpage was a good start I think. Other than that, did you try waiting rooms of GPs and hospitals, student notice boards at the local colleges and smoking shelters everywhere? Most nurseries will have notice boards. Maybe local pubs, too.
Wednesday 23 February 2011 12.37am
The gallery next to the Menier Chocolate Factory? They have exhibited similar projects, so may let you place your flyers there...
Wednesday 23 February 2011 10.26am
Why not ask the library in the Walworth Road and the Cummings Museum in the same building. G Baldwins shop in Walworth Road is very friendly - I'm sure you could ask them.

Why not put the details on here - I'd be interested to know more/come along.
Wednesday 23 February 2011 10.30am
Mini Haha - the details are in the what's on section:

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Wednesday 23 February 2011 5.07pm
Thanks James, I'll have a look.
Thursday 24 February 2011 2.05pm
How about the Electric Elephant cafe and the food cooperative near the Pullens Buildings? They might also be able to suggest some other places.
Friday 25 February 2011 5.20pm
I used to flyer in london - you should just walk down walworth road and go in and ask all the independents. Not hard!

Round my neck of the woods - shortwave, coffee on bermondsey street notice board; most of the shops on bermondsey street....

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