Banbury Camera Club’s 14th annual photographic exhibition was held from Tuesday 31st October to Sunday November 5th 2017. The exhibition was held at the excellent Heseltine Gallery at Chenderit School, Middleton Cheney.
Featuring over 120 mounted photographs, the majority of which will be on sale with the Katharine House Hospice receiving a donation from each purchase. This is the twelfth year the Adderbury palliative care home has been a beneficiary of the club’s exhibition and photography sales. Club Chair Charles Binns said: “It is a privilege to be part of such a friendly and talented club, whose members produce such a range of excellent photography. “We very fortunate to be able to exhibit our work in such a superb gallery and delighted to be supporting such a vital local charity”
Entry to the exhibition was free with club members present during the weekend opening to welcome visitors and talk about the exhibits. Week day opening hours are between 10am and 4pm. Weekend opening hours are between 11am and 4pm.
Here are the results of the visitors’ votes for their favourite photographs. There was a total of 242 votes received from visitors, compared with 208 in 2016.
Annual Exhibition – 2017-11-05 : Print Open
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