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Link Murang’a


We have two events coming up in October to help raise funds for the dispensary in the Diocese of Mt. Kenya Central, which is now in the process of being built.


The first of these is Coffee Break at the Sheltered Housing Community Room in Elin Way on Saturday 5th October, when we will have a tombola and a small raffle.


The second event will be a Tomfoolery Jewellery evening on Thursday 17th October. Fun, chunky and unusual jewellery will be on sale and a percentage of profits will go to Link Murang’a. My understanding from people who have been to one of these evenings before is that they are great fun and the jewellery very attractive, so this will be a good chance to buy some early Christmas presents perhaps. As yet we have not been able to confirm the venue, but all details will be in the next issue of Meldreth Matters.


Ann Barnes Melbourn and District Photographic Club


The new season is about to start! Our first meeting will be on 17th September in Foxton Village Hall, starting at 7.30pm. We will be delighted to welcome both new and old members of any skill level. We hope that you will enjoy chatting to others about your summer experiences, including all those fantastic photographic opportunities.


The club meets weekly from September to April at Foxton Village Hall. Meetings are from 7.30 until about 9.30pm on Tuesdays and provide a varied programme of prints and projected image competitions (internal and with local clubs and professionally judged), practical sessions and lectures by specialist photographers on a variety of subjects. However perhaps as useful are the informal conversations over coffee when members share their photographic experiences and tips on techniques and local photographic opportunities.


All members receive, via confidential email, information regarding photographic activities in East Anglia and competitions and special offers in Britain and abroad.


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