Chatham photo exhibition extended due to popular demand
The photo exhibition currently on display in Chatham town centre will be extended due to popular demand, Medway council has announced.
The collection of photographs, called the 'Britain from the Air exhibition' was originally on display until 14 May, but will now remain until 18 June. The collection of more than 80 large-scale images has been taken from all around the country by Britain's foremost aerial photographers.
The free outdoor gallery is on show in Military Road, The Paddock, Chatham High Street and inside the Pentagon Shopping Centre, offering visitors the chance to see some of Britain's most famous landscapes from a different angle.
The images include the Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland, London's Canary Wharf, The Angel of the North, Tyne and Wear, Longleat Maze, Wiltshire and closer to home the Channel Tunnel at Folkestone, Redsands Sea Fort off the East Kent coast and Medway's Great Lines Heritage Park.
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Britain from the Air has so far been seen by more than 4.5 million people since it was launched in 2010 by the Royal Geographical Society's Geographical Society (with IBG's) President Sir Michael Palin.
Medway Council's Deputy Leader Councillor Alan Jarrett said: "This exhibition has been so well received by Medway residents and visitors to Chatham. People have actually taken the time to email the council to tell us how much they've enjoyed and appreciated the display.
"We hoped this exhibition would help to enhance Chatham and Medway as a visitor destination and these positive comments have proved this has been a success.
"We are proud that Medway could host this exciting exhibition as part of our Year of Celebration, and I would encourage anyone who hasn't yet seen the display to take the opportunity to do so now that it has been extended."