HAILSHAM Photographic Society welcomed Chris Shore FRPS MPAGB EFIAP as the judge for round two of the Print Competitions.
Chris has been judging for more than 20 years.
The Beginners prints to go through to the finals and compete for the Pavilion Cup were Nerine Bowenii by Graham Wilkinson, Look But Don’t Touch by Wendy Chrismas, Storm, Birling Gap by Judy Gozna and Cousins, depicting two girls, by Graham Wilkinson.
Intermediate prints for the Keith Donald Shield to go through were Ayia Makrini (Church in the Cave) by Christine Archer, Cross of Gold by Christine Archer, Izzy by Steve Goddard, Great Expectations by Kay Fenton and Low Tide Play by Kay Fenton.
The prints from the Advanced workers competing for the Wolf Morris Cup going through to the finals are Piglets by Eric Lavender, Too Hot in the Kitchen by Jan Cunningham LRPS, James by Edward Sturgeon, Celebration by Edward Sturgeon, Halved by John Deller and Just Walking in the Rain by Michael Sales.
The Advanced Workers competing for the Founders Cup were Gateshead by Jan Cunningham, Black Backed Jackal by Terry McGhie, Mandarin Duck by Terry McGhie, Pines and Mist by Pat Broad and Idwal Tree by John Deller.
1ST HELLINGLY Scout Group commences a year of centenary celebrations in January.
The celebrations begin with a new troup badge designed by the winner of a competition launched last year within all levels of the troop.
The programme of events January to December 2011 will also go on sale this month and includes such exciting events as a tree planting ceremony, celebration evening get-together with former members, parents, friends and leaders including special guest, group camp, camp-fire singsong and BBQ, Centenary Quiz night, bonfire and fireworks and much more.
SUNDAY services on January 9. The First Sunday of Epiphany starts at 9.15am with Family Communion at Trinity Church Upper Dicker, St Peter & St Paul’s at Hellingly have Holy Communion at 10.45 and Evensong at 6.30pm.
Holy Communion at Emmanuel church on Hawkswood is at 2.45pm.
MOTHER’S Union Hellingly Branch is meeting on January 11.
The speaker will be Chris Emson, the Diocesan President.
She will be speaking about her recent visit to Kenya and the new link Diocese there.
She has some amazing stories to tell so please do go along and hear them.
This is very much open to anyone interested in overseas work of any kind and Chris has been greatly affected by her experience on that trip.
Meetings are held in Hellingly church on the second Tuesday of the month. The meetings begin at 7.15pm with a short service.