Grant is (picture) perfect

MEMBERS of the Royston Photograph Society have received a Lottery Awards for All grant of almost £4,500. The money will be used for a project to introduce the wider public to digital photography. Society vice-chairman Terry Hartga said people often di

MEMBERS of the Royston Photograph Society have received a Lottery Awards for All grant of almost £4,500.

The money will be used for a project to introduce the wider public to digital photography.

Society vice-chairman Terry Hartga said people often did not take up ­digital photography because of "perceived difficulties".

"The aim of the project is to demonstrate the possibilities for people from all walks of life to become proficient photographers.


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The grant will be used to buy equipment for ­running the project.

Terry said the society wants to encourage the public - especially the more elderly and disabled in the community - to become "actively involved" in digital photography and using computers for image editing.

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- The society meets every Tuesday at Icknield Walk School, Royston from 7.45pm.

- For details visit the website at www.roystonphotograhic society.co.uk

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