Researching Reform are massively delighted to be able to announce that DadsHouse‘s unique nationwide tour about single fathers is having its soft launch tonight at the picturesque and superbly pretty Builder’s Arms, in Kensington.

The exhibition features photographs of single fathers and their children, and the soft launch will be showcasing a selection of these gorgeous photographs in the Builder’s Arms, which you can catch anytime from now until Sunday 24th June, when the photos will be re-locating to the House of Lords for the official launch of DadsHouse’s nationwide tour. These photographs were taken by photo journalist, Natalie Naccache. The number of photographs will continue to grow throughout the tour, with an emphasis on supporting young and emerging talent behind the lens, from across the United Kingdom.

The invitation to join ‘In Dad’s Shoes’, can be accessed here. It gives a feel for the tour and what it is all about and most importantly, it invites you to get involved and have fun, whilst raising awareness about single fathers, parental love and much-needed support for dads on their own.

Thank you for stopping by and come and join us in the pub for a pint!

A very special thank you to the Department for Work and Pensions and Maria Miller MP, who are supporting the tour, as well as the Builder’s Arms, for allowing us to host this launch and show case the photos and to all of our very generous sponsors – we couldn’t have done it without you.

The Builder’s Arms, supporting single fathers and their kids.