A ‘new’ Annual Photography Competition is to take place and judged at the PRESTON SHOW on Saturday 31 July 2021. Hedon Viewfinders photography club has sponsored the competition with trophies and will help promote the event.
Photographers from around the region are invited to submit their best photos as bus company East Yorkshire launches its popular photographic competition.
HEDON VIEWFINDERS photography club picks up the pace as coronavirus restrictions ease. A Hedon to Paull Photo Walk takes place on Sunday.
We thought this would interest local readers – especially after the fantastic response to our virtual Dog Show photo gallery last year! #dovehousetopdog
HU12 Online is pleased to host the first Online Exhibition of Hedon Viewfinders. The town-based photography club presents a small selection of images accepted after its appeal for members to submit work to an open theme.
Major touring exhibition at Beverley Art Gallery – the Royal Photographic Society’s 162nd International Photography Exhibition. Sat 19 September until 14 November 2020. Admission is free. Opening hours are as normal for the Art Gallery
“AS we pay tribute to the World War II generation on #VEDay75, record your day in photographs and video for posterity.”
If you have an event organised online – a concert from your garden, a magic act from your kitchen, a community sing-a-long, a Quiz Night on Zoom, etc, etc – that you want us to promote – then please get in touch!
Interested in photography? Bring your cameras and have a go at five photographic challenges at Hedon Viewfinders on Wednesday, February 19, 2020, at the Haven Arms, Havenside, Hedon. Starts at 7pm.
HEDON VIEWFINDERS is the town-based free, fun and friendly photography club that welcomes everyone whether a seasoned pro or a complete novice. Particularly at New Year, many people are getting to grips with their new Christmas cameras or phones, and wish that they could take their hobby further. Well, you can!
Speaker: Mike Covell. Marfleet Murder Mystery. It’s 128 years ago since the discovery of the bloody body of Preston girl 18-year-old Mary Jane Langley. With her throat cut in a jagged wound, the murder instigated a media frenzy at the time but today is largely forgotten. And the murder still remains unsolved… Mike Covell investigates!
THIS PRESENTATION HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE. A fun props and experiment night has been organised instead. See: A PROPS NIGHT – CHANCE TO EXPERIMENT.