We met in person for the first time this year thanks to Spratton Hall School allowing the use of the Hunter Hall, a venue we previously used for hosting the Badby Challenge. The Hunter Hall has plenty of seating allowing us to meet in a socially distanced manner.
Brian Pere of Duston Camera Club filled in to judge on the night at short notice due to the original judge being unavailable.
In the Theme of “Reflections in a Mirror” Anne Blaber triumphed for the fourth time in this competition giving her a very strong lead. Anne had to take inspiration from the internet for this latest win. Richard Hollingum took a self-portrait which he hardly appeared in to take second while Veronica Johnson-Roffey winged into third. It’s not over yet, but Anne is in a very strong position.
In the Open the night belonged to Alan Roffey taking both first and second place and having a further two commended entries; which left Richard Hollligum’s sparrow hawk looking rather bedraggled. Having been three points behind Alan is now three points ahead but there can be no resting on laurels until the fat lady sings.
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Competition: Open and Running Water
Meetings are currently held in the Hunter Hall of Spratton Hall School usually on the 1st Monday of the Month except some bank holidays when usually meetings are held the following Monday. Usual start time 7.30pm.
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