Tuesday, 4 November 2014

What’s on in November

Club Activities

7th No meeting – Givaudan fireworks display  
13th Mono conversions (W) Anthony Baines ARPS & Ian Macey
14th Club night  
  Entries for the 2nd Print Competition  
21st 2nd Print Competition (P) Clive Tanner FRPS DPAGB
  Small Print Competition – 2nd round (P)  
  Entries for the Natural History and Record Competitions (DP)  
27th Intermediate Camera Skills (W) Martin Till LRPS
28th The wild side of Bob (D) Bob Devine ARPS DPAGB BPE3* EFIAP
  Entries for the 2rd Projected Images Competition  

(D) = Digital Projected Images
(P) = Prints
(DP) = Digital Projected Images and Prints
(W) = Workshops held at the Oak Room, Smeeth on Thursdays at 19.30

Other Activities

2rd - 28th – Exclusive House Tours at Ightham Mote
For the first time from 3 November – 28 November, Ightham Mote will be offering visitors to the house exclusive tours of areas of the house with one of our room guides – no need to book.
http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/ightham-mote/visitor-information/

22nd – 23rd – Origin Weekend
Celebrate ‘Origin Day’ at the home of Charles Darwin. Explore evolution at its birthplace as our experts share their knowledge of the man himself and his groundbreaking theories.
http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/downhouse

29th – KM / British Legion Walk
All walks have a WW1 theme connecting to people, places or events associated with WW1. They are ‘Walks with Chat’ not peripatetic lectures as I’m not a historian

Please check the website http://geofframbler.co.uk/ for more information on the walks and any last minute changes.

Sheerness - 6 miles circular walk from the Sheerness railway station.

Park in local car parks at the front of Sheerness-on-Sea Railway Station. (ME12 1RJ, TQ918 749.)

All of this route can be done on hard surfaces that run parallel to those on softer ground. It may therefore be suitable for all-terrain buddies but be warned there are steps to cross a railway bridge.

Walk Themes: ‘Barbed Wire Island’, shipping disasters, Eastchurch - cradle of British Aviation, Malaria, demobilisation / resettlement of soldiers.

29th – 24.Dec – Christmas at The Castle
Capture the spirit of Christmas with a memorable day out for all the family. Traditionally decorated Castle rooms, welcoming log fires and twinkling Christmas trees.  Bring the children to meet Father Christmas, enjoy relaxed Christmas shopping in the Gift Shops, and sample delicious festive food in the restaurants. As dusk falls, the gardens are magically illuminated with up-lighting and beautiful colour washes. .
http://www.visitkent.co.uk/events/9889/?key=christmas-at-the-castle&micrositeid=209

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