1st May 2012
As part of the Jubilee celebrations, Open Dawes propose a PHOTO EXHIBITION of “A Day In the Life of Hernhill Parish”, a snapshot of village life in one day, capturing the ordinary, every-day activities of everyone living, working, walking or just passing through the village. We would like everyone to join in and photograph themselves, their neighbours, the post-man, the workmen, animals, plants, buildings, everyone and anyone, anything and everything, they see in the parish on the day, doing their every-day activities.
If you have a digital camera and are willing to volunteer as an amateur photo-journalist for the day, (or evening) please contact me. If you would like to be included in the project, or have any suggestions of what should be included, but do not have a camera, we can send a volunteer with a camera out to you on the day. We would like to include as many residence of the parish as possible (everyone, ideally!) If you do not have a digital camera, but would like to take your own photos, I do have a scanner and can scan photo prints for inclusion in the project. We will ask for photos to be submitted by 8th May, so that we can display them over the Jubilee weekend, they will then be made permanently accessible via the hernhill.net website. Please contact Miriam with offers of help or suggestions on 01227 752189 or Miriam@machin.f9.co.uk.
All photos should be taken on Tuesday 1st May 2012 please – Get your cameras ready!