MX2015 – Buckfast Visitors ‘Favourite Image’

During the 2 weeks that the exhibition was on display at Buckfast Abbey visitors were asked to nominate their favourite image.The numbers were pretty close with the winner just clear of the others.

Mum Watching’ Sheila Haycox ARPS DPAGB EFIAP, Exmouth Photo Group

Towards Beachy Head PeterTulloch  ARPS EFIAP DPAGB, Tavistock Camera Club

‘A Winter Stroll’ John Downes CPAGB, Liskeard & District Camera Club

Porthcawl’ John Hoskins, Swindon Photographic Society

Dales Scene’ John Perriam, Exmouth Photo Group

Lone Tree’ Heather Bodle, Launceston Camera Club

For more details visit the MX2015 page      


 


 

 

The next wcpf Event, on 10th October, is the AGM at Clyst St Mary (Village Hall) near Exeter EX5 1BG.

Also - Closing date for Kingswood Salver


 

The Western Counties Photographic Federation (WCPF) was formed in 1932 and is one of fifteen  Federations that are affiliated to the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain (PAGB) and ultimately to the FIAP - "Fédération International de l'Art Photographique".

 

Currently over 100 clubs are in the Federation  from across Cornwall, Devon, Somerset, Dorset and South Gloucester.as far East as Weymouth,  as far North as Stroud and across into Swindon in Wiltshire. 

 

The prime purpose of the WCPF is to encourage the art and practice of photography directly to members and clubs throughout its catchment area, supporting/liaising with other Federations and the PAGB, ensuring local views and interests feature in national debate.

 

The WCPF is run by an Executive Committee of volunteers (nominated and elected by club delegates), together with co-opted members. 


 



 

 
The WCPF Constitution
Adopted 4 March 2000
Amended 13 October 2001
Amended 1st March 2003
Amended 10th March 2012
 

The WCPF Constitution is available as a PDF Download. Right Click the Download Icon and select

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