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Affiliated to the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain through the East Anglian Federation of Photographic Societies.

Version updated: 12 October 2012

2012 ~2013 Programme and

Meetings are held at Priory Methodist Church Hall, Newnham Avenue, Bedford MK41 9QJ on Tuesdays at 19.30 unless otherwise stated.

Members’ Handbook

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Bedford Camera Club Programme and Members' Handbook 2012 - 2013

BEDFORD CAMERA CLUB Officers & Committee 2012 ~ 2013 President Mike Clifton

Five Oaks, Church Lane, Oakley, Beds MK43 7RU (01234) 822408

Immediate Past President Diana Moss

26 Polhill Ave, Bedford MK41 9ED (01234) 219912

General Secretary Simon Bray

26 Silver Birch Ave, Stotfold SG5 4AS (01462)641430

Treasurer John Pegram

6 Carlton Gardens, Bedford MK41 8NL (01234) 926317

Membership Secretary Peter Robinson

22 Ampthill Rd Flitwick MK45 1AY (01525) 712809

Competitions Secretaries Clive Williams &

(01234) 215671

Claire Boardman

(01234) 831471

Social Secretary

Tony Brooks (01525) 860238

Summer Events

Peter Symonds (01234) 743133

Programme Secretary

Bruce Deacon (01234) 772872

Projectionist

Clive Williams (01234) 215671

Publicity and Annual Exhibition Secretary Alan Horn (01234) 350082 Database Manager

John Pegram (01234) 926317

(without responsibilities)

Helen Shanks (01234) 781104

Non-Committee Members with special responsibilities:‘In Focus’ Editor

Paul Brook 07428 693057

Raffles

Alan Woodward (01234) 376526

Refreshments

Moira McAneny 07780 011622

Website Development

Ian Whiting (01234) 838347

Honorary Auditor

David Olney 27a Ampthill Rd, Maulden MK45 2DA

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COMPETITION SUBJECTS 2012 - 13 2012 October 16th

Open - Prints & PDIs. Final entry date 9th October

November 6th

Set – Prints & PDI. The World in Close-up’ Final entry date 30th October

December 4th

Open – Prints & PDI. Final entry date 27th November

December 18th Points of View – PDI only Subject TBA Final entry date 11th December

2013 January 15th

Architects’ Association Trophy – PDI only “Intrigue in Architecture” Final entry date 8th January

January 22nd

AV competition Final entry date 15th January

February 5th

Open - Prints & PDI. Final entry date 29th January

March 5th

Philip Lepper Competition “Reign, Rain, Rein” Final entry date 26th February

April 2nd

NALGO Cup Prints & PDI “Photojournalism”. Monochrome only Final entry date 26th March

April 23rd

Set – Prints & PDI. “Beatles Song Title” Final entry date 16th April

April 30th

“Best Image of the Year’’ Prints and PDI Final entry date 23rd April

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ANNUAL EXHIBITION TROPHIES 2012 G.L. Gilbert Trophy Best Colour Print

Elizabeth Jamieson LRPS

The Gilbert Cup Most Points for Colour Prints

Bruce Deacon

Arthur Long Trophy Best Monochrome Print

Peter Robinson

Members’ Challenge Cup Most Points for Monochrome Prints

Claire Boardman

Novice Print Trophy Best Novice Print

Paul Brook

The Craddock Cup Best Set of Three Prints

Paul Brook

W.G. Budd Lantern Slide Challenge Cup Best Projected Digital Image (PDI)

John Pegram

Michael R. Peters Challenge Cup Most Points for colour PDIs

John Pegram

Bedfordshire Times Challenge Cup Best Monochrome PDI

Martin Nellist

Times and Citizen Challenge Cup Most Points for Monochrome PDIs

Claire Boardman

Mike Smith Trophy Best Novice PDI

Paul Brook

J.R. Bryant Cup Best Set of Three PDIs

Clive Walton

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CLUB TROPHIES AWARDED 2012 Photographer of the Year Colour Trophy

For most points in the seasons projected image competitions Claire Boardman

Bedford Camera Club Trophy

For most points in the seasons print competitions Claire Boardman

NALGO Challenge Cup For best image in special class. Set subject each year Vaughan Southgate

Architects’ Association Trophy For best entry in special class. Set subject each year Martin Nellist

Philip Lepper Trophy

For best print, a special subject competition Simon Bray/David Hogg

Points of View

A special subject competition. Set subject each year Steve Ridgway

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VISITORS While members may invite an occasional guest to club meetings, it is expected that guests who make repeated visits will seek membership. Forms for this purpose are available from the General Secretary or Membership Secretary.

SUBSCRIPTIONS

Please pay your subscriptions before 23rd October 2012

Your Committee is anxious that you should enjoy your Club membership, and would welcome any suggestions that would benefit the Club and its members.

DATA PROTECTION ACT A list of members has been entered on a computer database for administration purposes. If this concerns you and if you have any objections please inform the Membership Secretary and arrangements will be made to have your details removed from the listing. Page 6 of 20


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PROGRAMME OF EVENTS 2012 -2013 Light refreshments will be available during Club meetings

2012 Sept 28th CLUB PHOTOGRAPHIC WEEKEND The Pines Hotel, Swanage, Dorset Organiser: Mike Olney Oct 2nd

WELCOME EVENING Wallace Brown/EAF Exhibition Portfolio 2012

Oct 9th

LECTURE “British Antarctic Survey” by Dr. Stephen Roberts

Oct 14th

POINTS OF VIEW COMPETITION (Sunday) Venue : Ely, Cambridgeshire

Oct 16th

COMPETITION Subject: Open Prints and DPI Judge: Colin Mill CACC

Oct 23rd

Towards an LRPS and EAF Images Two members will be describing their experiences leading to being awarded LRPS. Selected images from the EAF 2011 portfolio will follow during the 2nd half of the evening.

Oct 30th

LECTURE “Wildlife Hunting with a Camera” by Richard Revels

Nov 6th

COMPETITION Set Subject: “The World in Close-up” Judge: Eric Saul ARPS, DPAGB, APAGB, EFIA

Nov 12th BEDS INVITATION INTER-CLUB COMPETITON (Mon) Venue: Barton Village Hall, Hexton Road, Barton-le-Clay MK45 4JY Judge Vic Hainsworth ARPS DPAGB of Colchester PS Time: 8.00 pm Page 7 of 20


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Nov 13th MEMBERS’ EVENING Paul Brook – “Sports Photography” David Hogg – “Panoramic Photography” Nov 20th LECTURE “Towards the PAGB Awards” and a few more prints by Andy Hanson Nov 27th MEMBERS’ EVENING TBA Nov 29th 3-WAY BATTLE BETWEEN BEDFORD/B’WADE/L’WORTH (Thurs) Venue: B’wade Conservative Club, St. Andrews Street, B’wade SG18 8BA Judge Jim Hartje ARPS EFIAP DPAGB APAGB BPE5 Time: TBA Dec 4th

COMPETITION Open Judge: Don Byatt CACC

Dec 11th LECTURE “Imaginations” by Graham Heywood Dec 14th CHRISTMAS DINNER – Five Bells, Cople Dec 18th COMPETITION Points of View Judge: Paul de Sylva Dec 25th NO MEETING

2013 Jan 1st

NO MEETING

Jan 8th

LECTURE “Every Picture Tells a Story” by Peter Preece

Jan 15th

COMPETITION ARCHITECTS ASSOCIATION TROPHY “Intrigue in Architecture” Judge: TBA Page 8 of 20


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Jan 19th (Sat)

CAMBRIDGE INTER CLUB -DIGITAL COMPETITION Venue: Whittlesford Village Hall, Whittlesford, Cambs. CB22 4NE Judge Chris Palmer ARPS AFIAP DPAGB APAGB Time 1.30pm

Jan 22nd COMPETIONS AVs A competition for AVs to be projected digitally from an executable (.exe) compiled using software such as Pics-to-Exe. There is no restriction to the number of AVs that an individual can enter. Each sequence should contain a minimum of 10 images and have a maximum duration of 5 minutes. The best two sequences will be selected by audience judging and represent the club at the interclub competition on 29th March (See Felicity Bickley rules) Jan 29th

LECTURE Rushden Camera Club AV Presentation

Feb 5th

COMPETITION Open Judge: Alan Hale

Feb 10th EAF CLUB PDI COMPETITION (Sun) Venue: The Latton Bush Centre, Southern Way, Harlow, CM18 7BL Time: TBA Feb 12th MEMBERS’ EVENING Paul Brook – “Portraiture” David Hogg – “Aerial Photography” Feb 19th TBA Feb 23rd ST. IVES INTERPRINT COMPETITION 2013 (Sat) Venue: Free Church, Market Hill, St. Ives PE27 5AL Time: 8.00 am – 9.30 pm Feb26th LECTURE TBA Mar 3rd

EAF PRINT COMPETITION

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(Sun)

Venue: The Fulbourn Centre, 31 Home End, Fulbourn, CB21 5BS Time: TBA

Mar 5th

COMPETITION PHILIP LEPPER TROPHY Subject: “Reign, Rain or Rain” Judge: Colin Southgate

Mar 12th TBA Mar 14th NEW CITY PS DIGITAL CENTRAL CHALLENGE CUP (Thurs) Venue: Tickford Centre. Tickford Street, Newport Pagnell MK17 9BG Time: 7.45 pm Mar 19th LECTURE “Pleasing Myself” by Malcolm Cook Mar 26th MEMBERS’ EVENING “Mont Blanc to the Matterhorn” by John Pegram and Bruce Deacon Mar 29th THE FELICITY BICKLEY TROPHY (Thurs) Hosted by New City PS Venue: Tickford Centre. Tickford Street, Newport Pagnell MK17 9BG Time: 9.45 pm Apr 2nd

COMPETITION NALGO CUP “Photojournalism” Monochrome only Judge: Times and Citizen

Apr 9th

PRESIDENT’S EVENING TBA

Apr 9th (Tues)

THE BROTHERHOODS CHALLENGE Hosted by Peterborough PS Venue: Parkways Sports & Social Club, Maskew Ave. Peterborough PE1 2AS Time: 7.30 pm

Apr 16th

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Apr 17th 3-WAY BATTLE – BEDFORD – KEMPSTON – SHILLINGTON Hosted by Kempston Camera Club Venue : Church of the Transfiguration, Bedford Road, Kempston MK42 8DW. Time : 7.45pm Apr 23rd

COMPETITION Subject: “Beatles Song Title” Judge: Paul Radden

Apr 30th

COMPETITION Best Image of the Year Judge: Members

May 7th

AGM Members are reminded that full details of all EAF events, together with free downloads (entry forms, rules etc) can be obtained from their website: - www.eaf.org.uk

2013

SUMMER ACTIVITIES

to be arranged

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DIGITAL IMAGING With respect to digital imaging the Club follows the guidelines set by the East Anglian Federation of Photographic Societies, 1999 which state that: “Photography may be defined as imagery produced via the action of light on a sensor, (be it light sensitive film etc. or a digital sensor). For EAF competition / exhibition purposes the original image or images must have been initiated and produced by the submitting author. If manipulation is undertaken, this should also be the work of the submitting author. It matters not whether the final image is printed on light sensitive materials or via a printer connected to a computer or otherwise. The copyright of all elements of the picture must be at the disposal of the submitting author”. Providing the above conditions are met, the Committee’s views remain unchanged in that it is felt it should not be a matter of concern if an image is produced by digital means.

Seeking Help with your Photography? Bedford Camera Club is here to help everyone develop their skills and to enjoy and to get the most out of their interest in photography. Whatever camera you have or level of expertise, if you have any questions or need advice on anything to do with photography , please ask one of the committee members who will be willing to help or to direct you to a member who can. If in doubt, please ask.

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Competition Rules 

Only Honorary Members and paid up Members of the Club may enter the Club’s competitions.

A maximum of two prints and two PDIs may be entered per seasons points competition (open and set). This does not include the Points of View competition (maximum 6 images), or the NALGO and Architects competitions (maximum 3 images). There may be instances, due to the high number of submissions where it may be necessary to use an image priority. See Competition Entry Process Section.

Images may be in colour or monochrome except where specified in a particular competition. For example, this year, the NALGO Photojournalism Competition specifies monochrome images only.

THE SAME IMAGE CAN ONLY BE USED TWICE IN CLUB COMPETITIONS. For example, you can enter the same image as a print and as a digital image (or 2 prints or 2 digital images), but then it cannot be used in the club competitions again. Entering an image in colour and then again in monochrome also counts as two “uses” unless it is significantly different. An image is considered the same, even if it has been cropped or has undergone other modifications in post processing. The Competitions Secretary has the right to withdraw a completion entry if it is believed that the “twice” rule has been exceeded.

The exception is the Annual Exhibition which has its own rules. An image that has already been submitted twice in Club competitions can be shown again in the Exhibition, if it has not already been selected or shown in a previous Annual Exhibition.

Images will be scored out of 20 points, and in all competitions 1st, 2nd and 3rd places will be announced. During the seasons point’s competitions, these places will gain 3, 2 or 1 additional point respectively. In the Points of View, Philip Lepper, NALGO and Architects competitions the 1st place image (or set of images) will be awarded their respective trophies. The Audio Visual (AV) competition is judged by member vote, not out of 20 points. The Best Image of the Year is judged by members.

The copyright to the images must belong to the entrant. For manipulated images the entrant must have copyright of the final image and its components.

Prints may be commercially printed and/or mounted.

All images may be placed on the clubs web site. If you do not wish any of your images to be placed on the website, please see the competitions secretary.

You are encouraged to submit entries to every competition, even if you haven’t entered previous competitions in the season.

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Image Requirements There are two types of competition – Print and Projected Digital Image (PDI), and the requirements for each are as follows: Print Prints must be mounted with a minimum image size of 308 sq cm on a mount size of 50 cm by 40 cm ONLY. A label must be placed on the back of the mount, as near to the top left hand corner as possible. If the print has been submitted for other competitions, the label should be placed below the previous label. The following information must be clearly shown; CLUB AUTHOR TITLE DATE

BEDFORD CAMERA CLUB (FIRST NAME LAST NAME) 1 (to indicate priority number) and CLEAR AND CONCISE TITLE (of competition) 01/01/2013

For example:

Bedford Camera Club Clive Williams 1 Heron Watch 01/01/2013

or

Bedford Camera Club Clive Williams 2 Sky at Night 01/01/2013

No identifying information may appear on the front of the print. Note: ALL PRINTS ARE TO BE SUBMITTED ONE WEEK PRIOR TO THE COMPETITION TOGETHER WITH ITS PDI IMAGE. The PDI file format should be: n_AB_X.jpg. n = image priority (1 or 2 etc.) AB = Authors first and last name, separated by a space X = image title. The information MUST be the same as on the print For example:

1_Clive Williams_Heron Watch.jpg 2_Clive Williams_Sky at Night.jpg

See Competition Entry Process Section. No commas, underscores or other punctuation should be included in the image title or authors’ names, but hyphens and apostrophes are allowed. Underscores are used to separate the ‘Image priority’ number, the author’s name and the image title. Images should be in sRGB colour profile, and saved as a JPEG file at the highest quality setting.

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PDI Image size must be no larger than 1400 pixel wide by 1050 pixels high. Images may be thinner (1400 pixels wide but less than 1050 pixels high) for letterbox formatted images, or narrower (1050 pixels high but less than 1400 pixels high) for portrait formatted images. File names should be in the same format as for submitting print PDI’s: n_AB_X.jpg (see above)

Competition Entry Process Entries are to be submitted as follows: Print Entry All prints must be submitted to the Internal Competitions Secretary by no later than the Tuesday meeting a week prior to the competition. See Entry Deadlines in “Competition Subjects”. The PDI of the print should preferably be sent by e-mail to the following address prints@bedfordcameraclub.co.uk no later than midnight of the Tuesday meeting prior to the competition or handed in on a memory stick or CD together with the print. The PDI of your print is required at this time, to ensure smooth synchronisation of prints and their projection on competition evenings. Anyone who does not have access to a computer can still hand in their print but no image will be projected onto the screen. All prints must be collected at the end of the evening. PDI Entry Process All PDIs must be submitted by e-mail to the following address; pdis@bedfordcameraclub.co.uk by no later than midnight of the Tuesday meeting a week prior to the competition or handed in to the Internal Competition Secretary on a memory stick or CD. See Entry deadlines in “Competition Subjects”. A member can submit an entry early. Once your entries have been successfully received, a reply will be sent confirming your entry into the competition. NALGO Challenge Cup For the 2012/2013 NALGO Challenge Cup competition entries are to be PRINT and/or PDI’s in monochrome only (maximum of 3 images per member). The 1st place image will receive a trophy. As the subject this year is Photojournalism we are relying on the integrity of all members as we are hoping that your images have had very little work done to them Page 15 of 20


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before they are submitted for this NALGO Challenge Cup competition. Cropping, enhancing brightness, contrast, shadow/highlights and removing dust spots is allowed. Architects’ Trophy The Architects’ Trophy is PDI only and as per set subject. The 1st place image will receive a trophy. Philip Lepper Competition The Philip Lepper Competition is a maximum of 3 prints only and as per set subject in “Competition Subjects”. Each image can have a combination or just one of the elements of all three spellings. The 1st place image will receive a trophy. Seasonal Point’s Scoring Competitions Each image will be marked out of 20. For the images placed in 1st, 2nd or 3rd position by the judge an additional 3, 2 or 1 points will be awarded. A cumulative points system operates for both the prints and PDI classes. The winner, in each separate class, will be the author with the most points at the end of the season. Other Internal Competitions The following competitions have their own entry requirements and are NOT included in the seasonal point’s competition: ‘POINTS OF VIEW’ [December] Up to 6 images ‘ARCHITECTS’ ASSOCIATION TROPHY’ [January] Up to 3 images ‘AV COMPETITION’ [January] No restriction in entry number ‘PHILIP LEPPER MEMORIAL TROPHY’ [March] 3 images – Reign, Rein, Rain ‘NALGO CHALLENGE CUP’ [April] Up to 3 images 'BEST IMAGE OF THE YEAR' [April] See below in 2. The same scoring system will be used [marks out of 20 and an overall winner, 2nd and 3rd places when required]. The exceptions are 1. The AV competition, where members vote for 2 winners to represent the Club at the Felicity Bickley External Competition. 2. Best Image of the Year, which is voted by the members. The competition will be from the best three images of all the season’s competitions from each class. These will be run through in two stages (first prints and then PDI’s). Every member attending the meeting will be required to advise which they believe are the top 5 images on a score sheet, which will be handed in and votes Page 16 of 20


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counted. The winner of each class will be announced to the meeting and a final vote, by a show of hands, will be voted upon. Please note these competitions are individual competitions and the winners are determined on the evening of the competition. Cups or trophies are awarded. We hope that when images are marked out of 20, each individual author will have a better idea of how they are fairing with their photography. The Felicity Bickley Trophy (A digital Audio Visual Presentation Competition) Each member may enter up to two presentations. Sequences to be no more than two years old. Each sequence must contain a minimum of ten images per presentation with no upper limit, but the maximum duration shall be five minutes. All images to be the work of the author, whose name must not appear in any part of the presentation. Accompanying music or other sound material may include items for which the member does not hold copyright. Files should be standalone executable (*.exe), opening in full screen mode and compatible with a PC computer. (MAC and DVD facilities are NOT available.) Files may be submitted on CD or DVD or memory stick. The file name shall clearly indicate the title of the presentation. The disc/stick shall be clearly annotated with the presentation title and duration, and the author’s name.

Annual Exhibition Rules and Conditions for 2013 An announcement will be made later in the season

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Club Rules 1.

That this Society be called the BEDFORD CAMERA CLUB.

2.

The Club aims to provide its members with assistance, education and enjoyment in photographic matters in a friendly atmosphere by means of lectures, competitions, demonstrations of process, outdoor excursions and other methods.

3.

The affairs of the Club shall be controlled by a committee of 12 members, consisting of the President, Immediate Past President, Hon. Secretary, Hon. Treasurer, and such other officers as are deemed necessary together with elected members. Five to form a quorum. The committee shall have power to co-opt any other members of the club as occasion arises. No President shall serve in that capacity for more than two years consecutively.

4.

The Officers and Committee shall be elected at the Annual General Meeting, which shall be held during the month of May. A Committee Meeting is to be held before the Annual General Meeting to arrange the business of the Annual General Meeting. The Committee shall have the power to fill any vacancy in its numbers that may occur during the year.

5.

No alterations in the Rules of the Club shall be made except at the Annual General Meeting, or a Special General Meeting duly convened for that purpose, and no rule shall be altered without a two-thirds majority of the members present. Notice of any proposed alteration to be sent in writing to the Hon. Secretary seven days prior to each Annual or Special Meeting.

6.

A Special General Meeting may be convened at seven days notice by the Committee or by the Secretary, at the request of ten members in writing. The request must state the reason for calling the meeting.

7.

The Club’s Financial Year shall be from the 1st April to the following 31st March. The Subscription Rate and the entrance fee shall be recommended by the Committee and submitted to the Annual General Meeting for approval. Subscriptions are payable at the first meeting of the Winter Programme. Any member whose subscription remains unpaid on the 1st November will be regarded as lapsed. (See the Competition Rules concerning eligibility to enter competitions.) Members joining after the 31st December shall pay half the annual subscription but new members joining after 31st March shall pay a full subscription which will include their membership for the following season.

8.

Visitors brought to a meeting by a member or on their own shall pay a visitor fee which has been determined by the Committee. Such fee may be deducted from the annual membership fee for that season if that person subsequently joins. A person may attend a maximum of three meetings in one season without becoming a member.

9.

The Club meetings shall be held as the Committee determines (normally weekly during the Winter Season).

10.

Members who plan to resign are requested to inform the Secretary or Membership Secretary in writing.

11.

Any balance standing to the credit of the Club at the end of the financial year, shall be applied solely for the benefit of the Club or promotion of its objects, and members of the Club shall not receive payment either directly or indirectly for their services or in any other respect except legitimate expenses incurred for and on behalf of the Club. In the event of the dissolution of the Club, any assets of the Club shall be devoted to any objects similar to those of the Club.

12.

The Club may confer Honorary Life Membership (H.L.M.) upon any member who has given outstanding service to the Club. Election of H.L.M.s shall be made at the A.G.M. after Page 18 of 20


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nomination by the Committee. H.L.M.s have the right to attend Committee Meetings but have no voting power unless they have been elected to the committee. These rules were formulated and adopted on 4/4/1906, and amended 8/5/1922, 9/11/1926, 4/4/1946, 6/6/1950, 27/5/1952, 6/5/1978 and 4/5/2004.

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PAST PRESIDENTS 1906 F.B.W. Phillips 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1920 1921 1922 1924 1926 1927 1928 1929 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1938 1940 1943 1947 1950

W. Deane F.H. Langdon-Davies R.W.L. Phillips F.B.W. Phillips W.H. Nelson Tebbs J.E. Morris G.H. Goldsmith C.E. Craddock J.T. Little P.S. Hudswell G.T. Birks T. Mathison P.S. Hudswell H.J. Randall S. Sugden H.P. Emsley T. Mathison P.S. Hudswell J.H. Gray G.J. White E.H. Graham T. Mathison W.A. Sharpin A.W. Janes C.W. Collard F.W. Gough A. Long

1952 1954 1957 1960 1963 1966 1967 1970 1973 1976 1978 1980 1982 1984 1986 1988 1990 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010

J.R. Bryant

C.T. Prudden E.S. King I.L. Freeman E.E. Mendham K.J. Hebblethwaite E.G. Millard D.S. Palmer C.E. Taylor F. Johnson S.R. Searle M. Leusby A.J. Woodward P.M. Leusby D. Blackmore J.B. Holt M.E. Nellist A. Beaumont M. Quickenden K. Beaumont A.J. Joyce ARPS A.J. Woodward M. Quickenden LRPS J.B. Holt P. Weaver V. Southgate D. Moss

HONORARY LIFE MEMBERS J.B. Holt S.R. Searle APAGB

M. Leusby H.E.M. Sedgwick

M.E. Nellist A. J. Woodward

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