Photography : The Cranleigh Collection

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The Cranleigh Society was set up to ensure we could highlight issues that effect residents and make sure our voices are heard. However, it’s so very easy to get bogged down by problems and sometimes because of this we feel we can forget to appreciate what we have around us.

Inspired by The Brooking Collection, we’d like to encourage local residents to help get involved in creating a collection of images that celebrate local life and architecture.

We’d love to see photos, past and present of houses, other properties and things that you love about Cranleigh to add to our own photo library. Perhaps you have taken a special photo of the railway building on Knowle Lane, Cromwells tea house or other high street images we could share? If there’s a story behind the image, even better, let us know!

What we particular liked about the ethos of The Brooking Collection is that it does not discriminate between the humblest and the grandest, embracing the everyday as well as the privileged.

Budding photographers, please send across your images with the subject ‘The Cranleigh Collection’. We’ll aim to share these on our social media pages where possible. Everyone is welcome to contribute new or old images. We’d love to hear from you.

Further reading:

More about The Brooking Collection

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3 thoughts on “Photography : The Cranleigh Collection”

  1. I have a few watercolours of Cranleigh, one of which is still in Ruby and Kind – I hope. Would photos of these be eligible ?

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