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Harleston Ladies Evening Group


OUR last meeting on May


15th should have been a talk on ‘Home Security’ by the police but unfortunately they were unable to come. Margaret and Sheena gave


us a very interesting talk (with photos) on their trip to Jordan in 2003 instead, when they had their own car and driver also their own itinerary. The country is very poor


with 80% desert but although the country is Muslim the


ladies can either wear traditional dress or Western Harleston Wives


FOR our annual outing this season Harleston Wives went to the Banbury Arms at Gt Barton. We were served with a delicious carvery which everyone enjoyed. From there we went on to Bury St Edmunds where we had a good look round the shops and a walk round the Abbey Gardens. The weather was perfect which added to the day.


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Everyone agreed that it had been a very good year with lots of interesting speakers and events. After the business of selecting the committee we proceeded to have a beetle drive. This was very enjoyable and competitive by all. The new season begins on September 3rd when it will be lovely to see everyone and any new ladies will be welcome to join us.


BUNGAY Camera club held its latest competition at Broome village hall on May 22nd. The evening was fairly well attended with a good number of members entering images into this latest competition themed “Broken”. The competition was


judged by Stephen Milner LRPS. Stephen injected some humorous but always objective comments into his


appraisal referring to the high level of aesthetic, creative and technical content produced by those members who had produced images. The first place in the colour


print section was entered by long standing member, Marion Ridgley. Her controversial social documentary image “Broken Britain”, which was considered well thought out, topical, and carefully composed from a scrabble


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and yet many very large pillars were still standing after 2000 years as they had metal rods down the centre of them. The Queen of Jordan had


helped by having the men trained in making mosaics and the ladies were taught to make things in their own homes that they could sell to tourists. A fascinating talk about a very different country.


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Alburgh Church Fete Saturday 29th June at 2pm


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game set, drew much admiration from both the judge and the general membership. In the monochrome print section, success was enjoyed by relatively new member, Andy Willows. A first place 20 points being awarded for his gritty, moody urban decay inspired image entitled “Broken windows and stairs leading to nowhere” Regular club entrant, Holly Stranks LRPS, achieved yet another first place and 20 points for her action catching “Break and eject” image of the absolute moment of cartridge ejection from the breech of a smoking gun at a recent shooting event.


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“Broken”. Colour print: 1st place with 20 points, Marion Ridgley, “Broken Britain”. Monochrome print: 1st place with 20 points, Andy Willows, “Broken windows and stairs, leading nowhere”. Digital Projected Image


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AS a follow up to last month’s talk on planning for winter vegetables, the Harleston Gar- den Club theme for May was Basic Vegetable Growing with an impressive overview given by Trevor Last from the Na- tional Vegetable Society. Through a series of projected pictures he showed us first his garden in Drayton, Norwich, with its extensive vegetable beds and a small flower garden with a lawn. The talk covered last year’s vegetable growing from digging techniques, ferti- lisation, sowing, protecting the plants, successional sowings and some variations on usual practices. Altogether a highly instructive and interesting talk. The Garden Club will be wel- coming a talk in early June


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