British photographic history

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Founded in 2017 British Culture Archive is a registered non-profit resource set up to document, highlight and preserve the changes in British society and culture through social and documentary photography.

Our mission is to educate, inspire and engage people by curating online galleries, events and exhibitions – highlighting the changes of everyday life and society prior to the rapid rise of technology, smart phones and social media.

BCA work with established and upcoming photographers, showcasing their work on our blog and online galleries as well as in exhibitions across the UK. Our ongoing project The People’s Archive documents and preserves the hundreds of images submitted to us by the public.

Our online galleries and archive include images ranging from from the 1960’s Mod Scene, Northern Soul and Punk. Through to Thatcher’s Britain, Social Housing, Industrial decline, Regeneration, Acid House, Protests and more.

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Comment by James Edward Packer on November 16, 2019 at 15:51

Hi Debi Heath I didn't see your comment of yesterday. I posted on Michael  Pritchard titled  SCAM ALERT and attached copies of e-mails as I couldn't find a link to any site administrator.

Jim Packer

Comment by Debi Heath on November 15, 2019 at 8:09
Who do we contact regarding the management of this website? The website is not secure and a number of us keep receiving emails from people asking us to contact them on their personal email as they have something to discuss. Being very familiar with this tactic I believe these accounts to be bogus and such people are trying to extract personal information from the recipient. How do we get the account removed?

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