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Nelson Naturalists Society
Spring Programme 2020
Nelson Naturalists have published their Spring Programme for 2020. If you enjoy anything to do with nature this could be a good night out for you.
New Syllabus Published Thanks to the hard work our Syllabus Secretary, Mr. Geoff Atkins, our club programme has now been published for the next 6 months. To see all the up and coming events, speakers, competitions, tutorials, and of course our well attended Members Nights, head over to our " Club Diary " page. Or follow this link. 21st January
Annual General Meeting
Our Annual General Meeting was held on Tuesday 22nd January.
We now have a new president for the next 12 months Mr. Ken Wilmore, he took over from Mr Andy Pritchard.
During 2019 our finances went down hill by some £400,but that was due to the club purchasing a new laptop, so at the AGM it was decided not to increase the admission on the door and to leave the annual subscriptions unchanged at £15 for the year.
We have 2 new committee members, Mr Bill Smith & Ms Michele Thompson, its good to see our members taking part in the running of the club, and we look forward to their input in the coming 12 months. If you would like to know who the new officials are at the club, head over to "Who's Who at the Club" to see who they are.
Pendle Powerfest at Turf moor (Photo Opportunity) 25th April 2020
Our Spring meeting is on the 25th April at Turf Moor 10.00am til 2.00pm.
Free parking, no entry fee, and you will be able to get food and a brew, come along and shoot as many photos as you can. If you like Classic cars put this date in your diary.
Members 5 Minute Audio Visual competition result.
Every year at our club we hold a competition for the best 5 Minute Av ( Audio Visual ). Our members make up slideshows, mainly in software called "Pictures to Exe" and they can put as many images and music into their slideshow as they want to as long as it does not exceed 5 minutes, the subject matter can be anything they want it to be. This years winner was a repeat of last year with Michael Whittaker CPAGB taking the trophy. Michael put together a sequence of landscape images that he had taken in Scotland along with his choice of music to go with it, "The Beauty of Scotland" and when the votes were counted he came out a clear winner. Well done Michael...again. This AV will be shown at or Ace Centre Presentation on Tuesday 10th March along with 3 lectures from our members.
Nelson Camera Club's Annual Exhibition & Presentation