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Members in the frame at exhibition

PUBLISHED: 12:59 06 April 2006 | UPDATED: 14:38 12 May 2010

AN exhibition showing the work of members of Melbourn Photographic Club has gone on display at Royston and District Museum. There are almost 100 prints in the exhibition, covering work that includes landscapes and wildlife photography. The exhibition repr

AN exhibition showing the work of members of Melbourn Photographic Club has gone on display at Royston and District Museum. There are almost 100 prints in the exhibition, covering work that includes landscapes and wildlife photography. The exhibition represents the work of more than 20 club members. They take part in print and slide competitions throughout the year, as well as having talks from visiting speakers on a wide range of photographic subjects. There are also practical evenings which concentrate on particular photographic techniques. The club meets at Melbourn Village College on Tuesday evenings during the autumn and winter terms. The exhibition will run at the museum in Kneesworth Street, Royston, until Monday, May 29. - The museum is open Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday (10am-4.45pm) and Sunday (2pm-4.45pm). Band together ROYSTON Town Band is looking for brass players to join them. If you fit the bill, and would like to find out more, then contact Lisa King on 07860 163087 or visit the website at www.roystontownband.co.uk

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