Brent community art
When local street artists, the community, members of the council and schools got together in Alperton, great things happened along the Paddington Arm.
Thanks to the players of the People's Postcode Lottery, this art project in Alperton, Brent was brought to life with the help of local artists Manuela and Tara from 243 Ealing Road Art Studios, and graffiti artist Gianpaolo Hank.
In a bid to transform an area that was being used for fly-tipping, drinking and anti-social behaviour we and the community wanted to make the space beautiful again, and more welcoming to its local community and all those who pass through it.
Here are some before and after pictures:
We wanted the space to feel like a living room, and hopefully people will treat the space like their home.Martha Michelson, community engagement coordinator
Making a difference
Since the new artwork installations there has been a big reduction in bottles left at the site. Also the community have added their own bunting and are looking after the area.
Celebrating local talent
As part of the project, celebrations were enjoyed by local artists in the area and Alperton community school showcased their talents.
Last date edited: 27 September 2021