Letter From The President 2015

Dear All

I’m really excited about the coming season at Selby Camera Club. There has been lots of activity over the last few weeks despite it being our summer break.

You will be reading this on the new web site. I hope you’ll be impressed, as I was, with its versatility and content. Members will be able to edit their own portfolios so I expect to see new images being added regularly. Non – members, please feel free to check out the site for information and tips. If anything on the programme attracts you to Selby on a Thursday evening you’ll be made most welcome. (There will be a small charge on the door)

Our webmaster, Andy Kitchener, has contributed many hours of his time to the new site. Many thanks Andy, to you and your team.

Mike Hatfield has also been busy, organising outings. I’d like to particularly mention Stillingfleet Lodge Gardens, a truly superb venue which we have visited over the year. An exhibition throughout July in the gardens cafe was the culmination of the visits and showed a range of interpretations from our visits. Many thanks to Vanessa Cook for making us so welcome and Mike for making it possible.

Our annual exhibition at Selby Abbey (August bank holiday weekend) will again show our diverse work to the public. I hope you will take the opportunity to view the prints on display and chat to some of our members. There will always be someone on hand and entry is free.

The programme of events, starting on Thursday, 10 September 2015 offers a wide variety of presentations, competitions and the opportunity to share ideas with like minded individuals. I look forward to seeing you at our meeting venue, (The Franklin Centre, Adelaide House, Vivars Way, Selby YO8 8BE) whether you are a long time member, a new photographer on the block or a lapsed member returning to the fold.
Christine Carr

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Christine Carr

President at Selby Camera Club
LRPS BPE1* CPAGB Christine likes the creative side of photography, but will try all sorts of genres. With retirement on the horizon Christine is looking forward to experimenting with new effects and styles. You’re never too old to learn.

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