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CREDIT: Gareth Hughes

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OK above is an optimistic look to the thought of summer. Why not send me an image for next month, you will be credited! March was a busy month – 10 of us visited the Boatyard in Windsor (see image file on Facebook) but I managed to pick the only wet day of the week. Our thanks to Dilly and the gang and we intend to produce a photobook as thanks. 60 people booked into our first face to face meeting at Woosehill – well done to Alan, Janice, Carol David and of course Chris Palmer who put so much into this event. There is another one coming up in April (see below). Then there was the Photobook zoom event that attracted over 50 members including some from Canada and Europe. Thanks go to Stewart and Brian. This is no time to stop but ideas from you as to events you would like us to undertake are welcome.

The Committee

Pleased to welcome 3 new members Mark Brion, John Emmett and Stuart Bebb and delighted that are they are from the north of the region - they even things up a bit.

Coming Up in April

On the 24th Eddie Hyde FRPS is presenting all day at Woosehill. His presentation in the morning focusses on Landscapes, including his successful FRPS panel, and in the afternoon he will talk about UK ad African Wildlife.

(See https://rps.org/events/regions/thames-valley/2022/april/2022-04-24-eddie-hyde-frps/)

Late in the month there will be a Bluebell walk in Cliveden Woods – date to be confirmed. If you are interested let me know plus dates you can make between the 20th and the 30th. This is NT property so membership helps. The grounds are extensive so could be a good day

Looking further ahead

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