Adderbury, Deddington and District Photographic Society have had a busy time over the last few months. In December they hosted Peter Greenway, a volunteer photographer for The National Trust, who spoke about his use of technology in his work. In January their speaker, Andreas Klatt Chairman of the Royal Photographic Society Visual Art Group, worked with the members to try and select suitable prints for qualification for the Licentiateship of the Royal Photographic Society.
Together with their regular set discussion topics, ‘Odd One Out’ in December and ‘My Best Three Images of 2019’ in January, the Society has had a busy time. The attached photo is one of the 2019 three favourites.
The next presentation will be given on 5 February by Nathan Barry, entitled ‘Landscape Thought Process’, at 19:30 in the Apricot Room, Cartwright Hotel, Aynho OX17 3BE – everyone is welcome to attend.
The full report of the December and January meetings is below and some of the members’ pictures can be found on the Society’s website.
The positive impact of singing, and in particular group singing, on physical, mental and social health is well documented, so why not pop along and join in!?
The choir will be led by James Stevenson, a local music educator with ten years experience.
Nominate now for the 2020 Community Policing Awards.
The Community Policing Awards is now in its nineteenth year, providing an opportunity to recognise and nominate the work of officers, staff and volunteers who have made the greatest contribution to their community over the past year.
Do you know someone who has gone above and beyond in their role? Someone who has made a difference to you or your community? If you can provide examples of this, nominate for the Community Policing Awards today.
Fun for all the family – the Famous FOCAL Family Quiz, by Sue Hitchings will be in Church House starting at 6.00 pm. This is an opportunity not to be missed if you like to test yourself and entertain the family .Family tickets £5 to include drinks and nibbles. (please bring your own drinks). Tickets from the library or email Keith Mitchell firstname.lastname@example.org
Once you have warmed up those brain cells you should be able to hot foot it along to The Bowls Club quiz in aid of Macmillan, starting at 8.00 pm.