What’s on at the Club Tonight

Tonight is our Awards Evening to be held at Bromley Central Library, 4th Floor hall – 7.15pm for 7.30pm. The Mayor will present the cups, plaques and certificates and the judge, Clive Tanner, will be commenting on the images he selected. We will then have drinks and nibbles to round off the evening. If you have any prizes for the raffle please bring them along early.


What’s on this weekend and soon

45 free guided walks across the Capital – Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 May

There are 45 free guided walks across the Capital, organised by Walk London and TfL, which explore London’s hidden gems, famous landmarks, parks and canals. There’s also a new design themed walk following the Bakerloo line above ground – featuring Oscar Wilde, Arthur Conan Doyle and the Marlboro Man. This is a special walk to celebrate TfL’s ‘Transported by Design’ programme. Walk London guides provide facts that highlight London’s curiosities, history and culture lead the walks. The walks are free and all you need to do is book your place and come along. Visit walklondon.org.uk to book your free place on a ‘Spring into Summer’ walk. All walks start and finish within easy reach of public transport.


Nunhead Cemetery Annual Open Day – Saturday 21 May – 11:00am – 5:00pm

The Friends of Nunhead Cemetery will be running their annual open day this Saturday. Admission is free. There will be music in the ruined chapel, free tours, a plant stall, the famous Bug Hunt for the kids, home made refreshments and many other stalls. Parking is limited but you can also get there via Nunhead rail station or the P12 bus.


Photographica Camera Fair – Sunday 22 May – 10:00am

Royal Horticultural Halls, Westminster

Calling all snappers: browse over 100 stalls of collectible and retro cameras plus lenses, film, bags, straps, books and prints at this annual photography fair.


Next Camera Club Outing – Sunday 29 May – Brands Hatch

Meet at 10:30am in front of the Kentagon – for more details please see 21 April Newsletter.


PAGB e-News No. 163

To read the latest issue please click on this link www.pagbnews.co.uk


Can anyone help Chris Stringfellow?

If so, please see e-mail below:

“At present I am creating a website ‘Heritage Trail’ for St.Mary’s Parish Church Lewisham and inquiring if any of your members would be interested in assisting.

I have arranged two photographic sessions with the V&A Museum to photograph 10 pieces of silverware they have on loan from the church. Although I am prepared to do this myself I have no real experience of photography or the best equipment. Would any of your members with more expert knowledge be prepared to accompany me on Wed 25th May, the session is booked from 2-4pm and take these photographs. There is another session on Wednesday 1st June, which has to be confirmed with the museum.

I also intend to take 360-degree images of at least 2 of the pieces, a simple but time consuming process. When digitally manipulated this would create a rotating image on the website. You can find the webpage, which is in development at http://www.lewishamparish.com/silver.html the two images on this page were taken by the V&A. I am creating the site with no fee and can only provide travel expenses.


Chris Stringfellow (cstring@email.com)

Director of Music

Parish Church of St.Mary the Virgin Lewisham”.


Hope to see you all this evening.