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At fotofringe London: Win with the Historic Royal Palaces Image Library

UPDATE: 18 May 2017

Many congratulations to Suzanne Williams, our lucky prize draw winner for a year’s family membership to Historic Royal Palaces.


Hampton Court Palace,Andy Butler,The Great Fountain Garden and East Front in spring, with rows of yew trees and a carpet of iris in the foreground

This from Clare at the Historic Royal Palaces Image Library: A Thousand Years of History at Fotofringe
Historic Royal Palaces is delighted to be exhibiting at Fotofringe again this year. Come and discover a thousand years of history at our table and explore a collection of truly unique images showcasing some of the greatest palaces ever built.

You’ll find us at the bottom of the long escalators (table MF/10). We can’t wait to meet everyone who knows us already and to introduce ourselves to picture researchers who have not come across us before. There is no need to make an appointment, as we’ll be on hand all day to answer any questions you might have and to show you the highlights of our collection.

Tower of London,1946,Yeoman Warders, C W Saunderson (left) and G J Trowbridge (middle), posing with two actresses from the play ‘London Town’, in front of the Byward Tower

Friends old and new can take home a pack of limited edition postcards as well as having the opportunity to enter our prize draw with one lucky winner receiving a year’s family membership to Historic Royal Palaces.
This amazing prize will give a family with up to six named children free and unlimited visits to Hampton Court Palace, the Tower of London, the Banqueting House, Kensington Palace, Kew Palace and Hillsborough Castle. Additionally, during the year they’ll be given access to exclusive member events, a subscription to the members’ magazine as well as 10% discount at all restaurants, shops and cafes.

Bruce, Brighton,1830,Aquatint depicting the triumphal arch erected in honour of their Majesties King William IV (1830-7) and Queen Adelaide’s visit to Brighton, 30 August 1830 after their accession to the throne

Fotofringe is being held once again at Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N1 9AG between 09:00 and 17:30 on Thursday 27 April 2017. Admission is free via registration at

• View all fotofringe exhibitors and details on how to attend HERE

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