Posted: Mon 26th May 2014

Hawarden Photographic Society’s Annual General Meeting and Presentation Night

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Monday, May 26th, 2014


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Hawarden Photographic Society’s Annual General Meeting and Presentation Night took place at the beginning of May.

Geoff Pope was re-elected as the society’s chair, with Ram Patel as vice-chair. Paul Temple continues as secretary.

Presentations were made in both the Beginners and Advanced sections, with certificates awarded to those members who were placed in the top five of each of the six competitions.

A ‘Meritorious Award’ was presented to Dave Jones as a mark of gratitude for the unstinting work that he (as Vice Chair), has undertaken for the Society.

Mike Dyment receives his awards: Beginner Photographer of the Year and winner of the Beginners’ print category, from Geoff Pope.

Mike Dyment

Geoff Pope presents the Beginners’ Digital Projected Image trophy to Sandra Parker.

Sandra Parker

Richard Todd triumphed in the AV presentation for the second year.

Richard Todd (1)

Photographer of the Year in the Advanced section was Geoff Pope, who also scooped first prize in the Advanced print section.

Geoff Pope

Geoff is pictured receiving his awards from Paul Temple

Promotion!

As a result of their successes in the Beginners’ section, four members now move into the Advanced section. They are

  • Mike Dyment
  • John Fox
  • Sandra Parker
  • Ram Patel

The Society now takes a break from its weekly programme and will meet again on Thursday 29th May in Hawarden Institute, when the programme for summer meetings will be unveiled.

For further information, please take a look at our website:

www.hawardenphotographicsociety.com

or get in touch with Paul Temple on 01244537207

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