The Children's Society launches new exhibition 'The Store of Modern Childhood'

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The Children's Society launches new exhibition 'The Store of Modern Childhood'

The Children's Society has launched a new hard-hitting installation which reflects the challenges faced by some young people on a daily basis. The exhibition, called The Store of Modern Childhood, is a shop where the shelves are filled with products that represent bullying, exploitation, knife crime and poverty. The charity has opened the store as it released its annual Good Childhood report - which this year suggests a quarter of a miilion children across the UK feel unhappy with their lives.


That's on at the Carousel Spaces in Marylebone today and tomorrow until 7pm 

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