Brockley wants to ‘bring back Bob Marley’

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Brockley wants to ‘bring back Bob Marley’

Residents in Brockley are appealing to art-loving Londoners to raise the money needed to bring back a famous mural of Bob Marley.

Despite being part of the community for more than 40 years, it was destroyed during demolition for new housing last year. 

Now, the people of Brockley have launched a new street art festival that they hope will raise funds to pay for another mural.

Co-founder of the Brockley Street Art Festival, Lee Bofkin, joined London Live News to tell Londoners how they can get involved.

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