Newsletter #71 23rd July 2021

Editor - Derek Godridge PCC News of the Week:

  1. Firstly apologies for getting the next meeting date wrong last week – Whoops !

  2. CREAM TEA this SATURDAY 24th at 3 pm. NB Hopefully the rain which is forecast will have passed over by then, but in any case we will be out of the weather under the canopy ! By the way there are plenty of flowers out in the gardens so maybe bring your camera

  3. Next we really DO need members to express their preference with regards to meetings, so can you PLEEESE let Victor know if you prefer A, B or C

  4. The CURRENT format – on Zoom

  5. Pre-Covid – Actual face-to-face Meetings

  6. A Hybrid – Actual Meetings ALSO being Zoomed as well

  7. Great result for many of our members in the virtual Stithians Show – Photography Competition and also the Arts, Crafts and Cookery section. Click on the (safe) link below to seek out all the entries. https://virtual.stithians.show/

Meetings

1. Next Zoom Meeting – 29th July. As a reminder (to me mainly!), Maru is really busy at Cornwall Uni and it is obviously easier with 2 weeks between meetings.

Competitions.

1. The next competition will be 29th July – entries by Midday 28th July - and as determined by our “wizzy-wizzy” the subject is “Fish and Seafood”.

Diary Dates PCC

  • TOMORROW Saturday 24th July at 3pm - Summer Cream Tea Meet-up at Princess Pavilions – 21 members will be there !

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Summer Cream Tea for 24 please!
Summer Cream Tea for 24 please!
  • AGM TBC - planning complete

  • 28th August – Penryn Fair Day – PCC Exhibition in the Town Hall

  • Date TBC - Penryn Art & Craft Fair – Sell your work

Cornwall Photographic Alliance (CPA)

  • 11th September – CPA 50th Anniversary celebration – Carnon Downs Community Hall 4pm till late

  • 17th September hand-in for 20th November 2021 CPA Nature & Wildlife Competition

Western Counties Photographic Federation (WCPF)

  • 9th October 2021 - WCPF Zoom Annual General Meeting 2.00 pm Zoom Afternoon Lecture by Antony PenroseSubject “Lee Miller: Witnessing Women at War”

Regards Derek

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