How much better than a sip of wine from a manky cup that half the church have had a go at and a wafer that sticks to the roof of your mouth?

Every Sunday service should involve a chocolate fountain. It would improve visitor numbers no end.

This week's Photo of the Week comes from Caravan Gallery a collaboration between artists and photographers Jan Williams and Chris Teasdale that seeks "to document the reality and surreality of the way we live today" and indeed they do. From "Mr Cheap" pound shops to dilapidated seaside resorts, urban graffiti and suburban decorative aspiration - Caravan Gallery seem to capture the very best and worst of the UK in glorious postcardian technicolor.

The photography duo, who exhibit their work in their very own dedicated caravan gallery space are currently in the midst of a UK-wide tour and the roaming exhibition, extra{ordinary}:Photographs of Britain by The Caravan Gallery, has been travelling to locations all over Britain since March 2015. You can catch the current leg of the tour at Impressions Gallery, Bradford (until 29th August) before it moves on to Diffusion Festival 2015 at Ffotogallery, Cardiff, in October. Expect to see more of their work on the Point 102 blog over the coming year.

Chocolate Fountain in former church, Derby. The Caravan Gallery

Chocolate Fountain in former church, Derby. The Caravan Gallery

AuthorSacha Waldron