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Street Scenes V: Changes, changes
Changing streets and school playgrounds – plus children’s paintings – all feature in this final episode of a 1970s children series.
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A series made by the ILEA encouraging kids to look at the streets around them, focusing on changing streets. Includes great photographs of a London street, showing how it changes during the course of a day, film of terraced houses being demolished and scenes from Ennersdale School in Lewisham, where pupils changed streets by painting on walls. Also features paintings, books and models of London submitted by children at London schools, including Hackney and Drayton Park.