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Photographing history at Grantham’s Wyndham Park

Join the photographing history project at Wyndham Park, Grantham.
Join the photographing history project at Wyndham Park, Grantham.

Keen amateur photographers are invited to join a practical beginners’ workshop on photographing historic buildings, landscapes and memorials, coming up at Wyndham Park in Grantham.

Led by Heritage Lincolnshire’s Beverley Gormley, the course is ideal for people who want to get more from their camera. Participants will learn how to compose, shoot and edit photos, with practical activities and support on hand throughout.

Beverley said: “Wyndham Park is a great place to take photographs, with its historic war memorial and pavilions, colourful flowers and ever-changing trees, all set besides the rippling River Witham.”

The workshop will be held on Friday at Wyndham Park Bowls Club, from 10am to 4pm, and there will be a free lunch provided courtesy of the Lincolnshire Remembrance: memories and memorials project, which is helping deliver the workshop.

The course is free to new learners and is part of the Grow programme of lifelong learning run by Lincolnshire County Council. It is open to all aged 19 or over on August 31, 2014.

Participants should take along their digital camera (point-and-shoot or DSLR, no camera phones or tablets), outdoor clothing and sensible footwear.

To book a place call 01529 461499 or email htladmin@heritagelincolnshire.org


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