What’s on at the Club
Tomorrow is Round 2 of the Mono Competition to be judged by John Nathan.
Next week (1 November) is our Members Evening (see below)
It is also hand in for Round 2 of the Colour Print competition
Members’ Evening – Thursday 1 November
The theme for the members’ presentation meeting will be ‘Music’, which can be interpreted very widely. Put together minimum 5 and maximum 20 PDIs on a memory stick and bring it along or Email to firstname.lastname@example.org at least 3 days before the event. This is a ‘show and tell’ so we would be interested in how, why, when, where the pictures were taken. The pictures do not need to be new – you can raid your back catalogue. Nor do photos need to be potential competition winners for their content or story to be interesting. They may be discussed but not judged or marked. The time available on the evening will be equally divided between those participating.
Congratulations to those scoring a 20 in Round 1 of the Mono Print Competition.
“Lonely Commuter” by Matthew Teager
“Nostalgic Indulgence” by Peter Ergis and “Piercing Shadow” by Julie Langman
Please see attached Minutes of the meeting.
Kent Wildlife Trust is running a free photography competition this year. Entrants are encouraged to submit their best images in the categories of fauna, flora, landscape and marine as well as a junior category. The competition closes on 30 November and more information and how to enter can be found at: https://www.kentwildlifetrust.org.uk/get-involved/photography-competition. The overall prize for the competition is a two-night stay in a holiday cottage in Biddenden, Kent courtesy of Kent and Sussex Cottages.
What’s on soon which may be of interest
Skyline Skating – on now and until 6 January – Rooftop of John Lewis, Oxford Street – £8.00
Get your skates on and slip and slide your way across the capital’s second rooftop ice rink and the only one in the West End. Inspired by the fairs that used to take place on the Thames, this is the perfect place to pirouette away your Christmas shopping angst.
A collab with Sipsmith, there’ll also be a hot gin hideaway, weekly cocktail masterclasses and nooks for cosying up with warming food from Kerb alumnus MyPie.
Africa on the Square – Saturday 27 October – 12 noon – free
Trafalgar Square turns into a celebration of Africa for a fifth year in 2018, featuring live music, traditional dance, fashion, food and crafts to enjoy. The main stage will host a talent show for young performers, a catwalk show and musicians from all over Africa. Children can have their faces painted and take part in batik and mosaic-making in free workshops.
The Horniman Halloween Fair – Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 October – 10:30am – free
Dress up and get down to the Horniman Museum in Forest Hill for a day of frightening fun and games. Little ones can meet creepy crawlies in the Wild Fangs cave, while adult witches and wizards browse arts and craft markets and try devilishly delicious food and drink from a variety of stalls.
Diwali on the Square – Sunday 28 October – 1:00pm – free
This annual celebration in Trafalgar Square marks the Festival of Lights with heaps of food, music, activities and fun. The live line-up will include both traditional religious performances and contemporary Asian music and dance. Market stalls will offer arts, crafts and vegetarian Southeast Asian food and there’ll be workshops and activities for all ages.
Apple Day at Kentish Town City Farm – Sunday 28 October – 12:00noon – 4:00pm – £1.00
Celebrate the British apple with a great range of activities, games, and of course, apples. Traditional games include apple bobbing and the longest peel competition, as well a variety of apple arts and crafts. Alongside more traditional games they will be hosting “Apple-lympics” in the riding arena, with sack races, egg and spoon and wellie wanging. Visitors will also be invited to get their goats looking their best with a session of goat-grooming. Visit the apple-themed café; featuring a whole array of dishes, cakes, pies and beverages all including the main ingredient, you guessed it, apples. In true Kentish Town City Farm style, they will be rolling out the traditional apple press for visitors to make their very own fresh apple juice and you can taste and buy a wide range of traditional apple varieties like Frogmore, Burr Knot and Hoary Morning.
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Manfrotto Silver Jubilee tripod, Silver 190 Serial 11427 with 141RC 3-way head and carrying bag. This was Manfrotto’s 25th anniversary tripod. It is of very sturdy construction and now too heavy and bulky for me to carry around. It is in excellent condition having only been used occasionally. Only £50. If interested please speak to or e-mail Val.
And don’t forget the clocks go back by one hour early on Sunday morning.