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Dunholme Village

 WHAT'S ON

Dunholme Camera Club

 

July has come around so quick this year, no sooner was it March and here we are looking at “What’s on in July” but there no stopping time and our meeting go on. So, what are we up to at the club this month? Well to start the month off we will be holding our first meeting on the 7th July when we will be having a speaker, Wayne Brittle will be coming along to give us a talk on “Landscape Photography” showing us some of his images and explaining how to get to grips with the various landscapes in the UK. Whether we are in the Highlands of Scotland. The flat areas of Lincolnshire or the more rolling hills throughout the UK Wayne will be able to give us some pointers for those who get out the wide-angle lenses for their Landscape photography. Our second meeting on the 21st July will be one of our club competitions titled “Abstract” our prints have to be by the meaning of Abstract Photography “It is a visual image that does not have an immediate association with the object world and that has been created through the use of photographic equipment, processes or material” such things as, Intentional camera movement, Blurry trees, Light painting, Smoke, Reflections plus much more. So, should be an interesting evening.

 

Our final meeting on the 28th July will be a Zoom talk for members only which is entitled “Flora Fine Art” by Cherry Larcombe, As you may have guessed we will be looking at some of Cherry’s Flower images but with a fine art twist, we have already had a talk this year by Cherry and it was so popular that we have asked her back to give us an insight into her images and how she can make some lovely flowers into such amazing images.

 

Of course from June through to late October are the most popular months for our members to get their photographs for the next years competitions and more importantly to make memories for years to come that they can look back on and of course the images that we take today are the same as those images that we used to take a photos that went of to Boots or one of the processing shops and came back about a week later as 24 or 36 images in a packet that most likely live in your loft in a box to look back on in years to come.

 

Why have I mentioned this? Well once a year I will always mention something similar to the above to remind you that your phone does have a camera, but its name is a phone not a camera which means you take 1000s of snaps and I please ask you to make sure to do something with them, make sure you back up those images to an external hard drive not only once but twice, mechanical devices do malfunction over the years and all of your images will disappear never to be seen again. So, if you haven’t really followed the last paragraph then why not join us at The Dunholme Camera Club so that you can make some great memories yourself and learn how to store them for future generations to enjoy. Get in touch (details below) or just pop over to one of our meetings at The Old School at Dunholme for one of our meetings.

 

Grahame Dunkin, President. Email Dunholmecc@btinternet.com website www.dunholmecameraclub.co.uk

 

 

  

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Dunholme Ladies Club

The next meeting of Dunholme Ladies Club will be on 7th July and it will be the outing to the International Bomber Command Centre. Could all members that are going please arrive at the Dunholme village Hall car park by 5.45pm and the coach will leave at 5.50pm prompt, we will carry on to then pick up other members from Welton Village Hall at 6.00pm. the visit includes coach travel, entrance to the centre, guided tour and buffet.

Sue Rawson 862552


Jumble Sale

The next sale will take place on Saturday 23rd July at Dunholme Village Hall starting at 1.00pm. This sale will be in aid of Breast Cancer Research and Buddies Dementia Café in Nettleham. The garage at 39 Honeyholes Lane, Dunholme will be open so is open again for donations, but please note we are only taking clothes, small bric a brac etc but no furniture or large items that will not fit into a car as we only have limited space. Or alternatively you can bring any items along to the hall on the morning of the sale. Thank you and hope to see you all again.

Sue Rawson 862552

 

Jambusters WI Article - July Issue 2022
What a joyful June meeting! The Jambusters celebrated the Queen's platinum jubilee with copious amounts of cakes, sandwiches, savouries and bunting!
The room was filled with a sea of red, white and blue outfits, music and chatter. Huge thanks to Welbourn Bakery for the absolutely delicious spread. Some of us didn't quite manage to squeeze everything in, resorting to taking a doggy bag home!

A good time was had by all. 
Our July meeting takes place on Tuesday 5th we will hear from EMAS/HART (East Midlands Ambulance Service)
As August is the one month of the year we don't meet up, we then head into Autumn and our September meeting takes place on Tuesday 6th.

 

Best Wishes

The Jambusters WI Committee Girls 

jambusterswi@gmail.com | Facebook: The Jambusters WI 

 

 

 

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