Become one of the ‘Fab Four’ for the day during recreation of famous Beatles’ Abbey Road album cover
There is still time for local businesses and community groups to join in a fun event which is celebrating 50 years since the release of The Beatles album Abbey Road.
Organisations are being invited to recreate the iconic album cover featuring the ‘Fab Four’. The photograph was taken on the zebra crossing outside the famous Abbey Road studios.
The Sevenoaks-based Lewis Project, a charity which promotes mental wellbeing through music in young people aged 16+, has arranged a special photo shoot on Sunday 13 October in London Road Sevenoaks.
It is taking place on the zebra crossing close to the entrance to Blighs Meadow and the M&S car park. For a £250 donation, businesses can book a time between 10-2pm with local photographer Russell Harper.
A spokesperson from the Lewis Project said: “This is a fantastic and original opportunity to advertise your company in the most creative and flamboyant way as you cross the zebra crossing in the likeness of the famous Abbey Road Album Cover.
“Photos from the day will be provided, plus a mounted print in the likeness and the size of the Abbey Road album cover for you to frame. A prize will be given for best effort, chosen by The Lewis Project members.”
The Lewis Project Band will also be entertaining participants and spectators by performing two small Beatles sets on the day.
Also showing his support is Mayor of Sevenoaks, Nicholas Busvine, who will put his best foot forward to take part in ‘The Abbey Road’ event
For more info or to book your place call Michele 07775 677968 or Sandra on 07956 323887. Or email them on: email@example.com
For more information about The Lewis Project and the work it carries out go to: