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PHOTOGRAPHERS in Felixstowe really clicked with the public this summer – with more than 500 people attending their exhibition.It was the first time for many years that the Felixstowe Photographic Society had held a display of its work and it was thrilled at the success of the event.
By Richard Cornwell
PHOTOGRAPHERS in Felixstowe really clicked with the public this summer – with more than 500 people attending their exhibition.
It was the first time for many years that the Felixstowe Photographic Society had held a display of its work and it was thrilled at the success of the event.
Visitors to the three-day event held at Trinity Methodist Church were asked to vote on the best print in the show and 185 cast votes.
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Dennis Lumkin was the winner for his Red Arrows picture Flight of Fancy, with Ron Cullum second for Old and New, a photo of a helicopter and barge, and Sue Simmons third for her New Zealand sunset scene.
The club – which meets next at 7.30pm on Thursday at its new venue, the Senior Citizen's Day Centre, Orwell Road – recently presented Felixstowe Girl Guides with a cheque for £150 for their building for a new HQ.
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The club's meetings next month will take place on October 10 when there will be a talk by John Yateman, of Colchester, on Tanzanian Safari, and October 24 when the highlights will be the results of the Bridges print and slide competition, and a presentation by club president Stephen Cook on Back to Basics Part 3.
New members are always welcome. Further details from general secretary Dennis Lumkin on 01394 285249 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org