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Next Club Meeting:
Tuesday 15th October

Tonight Alan Sarsby will be presenting his workshop “Thinking in colour to see in black and white”.  

Previous Meetings and other news:

Tuesday 1st October
The judge for our first 3 section competitions, “Abstracts/patterns” and “Open” was David Jordan FRPS.  David shared some of his thoughts and stories with us and gave some good helpful feedback about our work.  The results were:
1st: "Windows and Tiles” by Nick Flores; 2nd: "The Vineyard" by Kevin Marrable; 3rd: "Looking up” by Harold Ward.
Merit: "Boiling point” by Vivien Hartill, “Parliament Building, Valetta, Malta” by Glynis Preston
Shortlisted: “Through the front door” by Bev de Boos, “Topkapi Palace library” by Jan Garret
1st: "Pea Soup" by Malcolm Bumstead; 2nd: "Night Life" by Malcolm Bumstead; 3rd: "Pine Beetle Artwork" by Wendy Mann.
Merit: " We dream of colours borrowed from the Sea" by Tim Dunbavin, “Bubbles” by Andy Mills and “Diamonds” by Nick Flores.
Shortlisted: “Gate Pattern” by Paul de Boos, “Fantasia” by Granville Foulger, “The Centre” by Kevin Marrable
1st: "Red Kite" by Alan Waters; 2nd: "Sandscape” by Anthony Corkhill; 3rd: "That’s lunch sorted" by Kevin Marrable.
Merits: “Unlimited growth increases the divide” and “Tugging at a heartstring” by Wendy Mann.
Shortlisted: “The wood in the hole” by Malcolm Bumstead, “Heaval” by Anthony Corkhill  and “Hoverfly” by Fred Price

Tuesday 17th September
Although we had a very small turn out for our advice and discussion session it was a good evening with most people joining the discussions.  Several members said they learned at least one new thing.

Tuesday 3rd September 2019
It was good to see quite a few of our members and several guests on the first night of our 2019-20 season.  We viewed the pictures from our Hadleigh evening walkabout which we held at the end of July.  Thirteen people entered images from the evening and members voted for those they liked best in each category.  In the final set produced from the ones with most votes in each section there were 3 images from Granville, 2 each from Beverley, Paul Oakley and Tim Dunbavin, 1 each from Alan Waters, Paul de Boos, Donald, Fred, Kevin and Teresa.

01.  The War Memorial - Tim Dunbavin
02.  The Hadleigh Sheep - Teresa Marrable
03.  Cast iron beams and deck plates from Hadleigh iron bridge - Alan Waters
04.  Chimneys - Granville Foulger
05.  Roofs or parts of roofs -Granville Foulger
06.  Walls - Beverley de Boos
07.  Windows or doors - Paul Oakley
08.  The Deanery tower - Kevin Marrable
09.  The Town Hall and Guildhall - Fred Price
10.  St Marys Church - Donald Jinks
11.  Topplesfield Bridge - Paul de Boos
12.  The river Brett - Paul Oakley
13.  Plant life - Tim Dunbavin
14.  Something red - Granville Foulger
15.  Stonework - Beverley de Boos
See Archived News for previous seasons