We brought together hundreds of local people in the creation of an illuminated procession around local streets, inspired by the story of Old Father Thames, an ancient guardian of the river.
In local schools mysterious objects from the river's past appeared frozen in ice, which inspired the pupils to create beautiful lanterns based on the items discovered within. They also came together to create an animated film which was projected onto the buildings as the procession marched through the wintry streets of Blackfriars.
Deb was one of eight women living and working in Lewisham, Greenwich and Southwark who were honoured for their achievements.
This summer EEA’s young participants have been involved in some amazing projects and have produced some truly outstanding work.
Take the opportunity to learn and develop in the Creative Forums including TED style talks and hands-on workshops.