|25th||Portrait prints round 4 & PDI Set subject: Time Exposures
Judged by Sue Dobson CPAGB APAGB
|2nd||PDI Competition Open No 6
Judged by Daphne Hanson DPAGB APAGB
|6th||Trip to Hastings
Bank Holiday, a trip to Hastings for the Jack in the Green Festival and also the fisherman’s huts etc. Due to being a Bank Holiday and very limited parking I would be looking at Trains to get there.
|9th||From Transylvania to Piccadilly a Photographic Journey
An illustrated talk by David Shrimpton
Trip to the Bluebell Railway (should also be Bluebells) there will be 3 spaces available in my car to visit the Railway, the ticket will be £16 per person (advance bookings £19 on day) and allows travel up and down the railway with a chance to get out at the different stations and see steam trains running.
|16th||Print Competition Open No 5
Judged by Alan Goldby CPAGB BPE3 LPSNZ
|17th||Woburn Safari Park
I will be visiting Woburn Safari Park (taking a day off from work) to practice getting wildlife photographs prior to a Safari Holiday and if anyone would like to join me there will be 3 spaces in the car Price in advance £23.99 Adult, £20.99 for those over 60.
|19th||Forty Hall and Grounds
A gentle walk around Forty Hall and Grounds and a chance to look at Flora & Fauna, meet at 11:AM by the Car Park, walking up to Maidens Bridge and area.
|23rd||Illustrated talks by some of our members|
|30th||Print of the Year
Judged by Roy Essery MPAGB
|6th||PDI of the Year
Judged by Ron Tear ARPS MPAGB PSA3 BPE4
|13th||The History of Leica from 1900
An illustrated talk by Thomas Peck
|16th||St James Park & Royal London
Walk covering St James Park & Royal London, meet at St James Park Underground Station for 10 AM and catch the changing of the Guard, no minimum/maximum number
|29th||Kew Gardens Steampunk Event
Visit the Kew Gardens Steampunk Event, for those who aren’t aware Steam Punk is a genre where people re-imagine Science Fiction and characters in a Victorian era, there could well be some interesting portraits with costumes and also accessories to give a take on an alternate reality.
|2nd||Starlight Spectacular National Tramway Museum
Visit the Starlight Spectacular National Tramway Museum leave Enfield at 10:00 to arrive at Tram Museum by 14:00, then ride on the trams, and see them at night and the buildings lit up before leaving around 6:30-7PM for a drive back to Enfield, it is worth visiting but be advised Winter Warmers may be a good idea. 3 spaces available