New exhibition puts club in the picture

PUBLISHED: 11:07 15 February 2007 | UPDATED: 14:59 12 May 2010

Assistant curator Anstey Carrick-Green prepares the new display

Assistant curator Anstey Carrick-Green prepares the new display

MORE than 70 pictures will be on display at a new exhibition at the Royston & District Museum. The exhibition is showing the work of members of the Melbourn Photographic Club. All aspects of photography have been included in the display. The club was set

MORE than 70 pictures will be on display at a new exhibition at the Royston & District Museum.

The exhibition is showing the work of members of the Melbourn Photographic Club.

All aspects of photography have been included in the display.

The club was set up in 1954 through Wilfred Ogden, who was a science teacher at Melbourn Village College.

From those early days it has gone from strength-to-strength and this year it saw 14 photographic clubs from around the area enter its inter-club competition.

The exhibition will run from Saturday to Sunday, April 15.

Museum curator Carole Kaszak said: "The exhibition shows a whole range of work of the club's members.


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