Herald - Issue 450

Page 18 • The HERALD • 7th December 2023 v SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE HERALD v Covering Blackfield, Holbury, Hythe, Marchwood and Surrounding Areas ~~~~~ Lady Driver - DBS Checked Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle ~~~~~ Short Local Journeys Cruise Terminal & Airport Transfers Hospital Appointments Pub Pick Ups/Drop Offs Call 07795 192398 Cash and Card Payments accepted in vehicle FLAT ROOFING SPECIALISTS All Roof Repairs Tel: 023 8184 5632 Mobile: 07880 508415 Email: steve@braithwaiteroo ng.co.uk THE FLAT ROOF SPECIALIST The next Herald is out on 4th January Viewfinders of Romsey Camera Club Landscape Trophies ‘Snow on the Hills’ by Roy Lambeth DPAGB, EFIAP was the image chosen by the Judge, Jim Pascoe, as the winner of the print category at View nders of Romsey Camera Club’s annual Landscape Trophies evening. Jim liked the image’s texture and said it was a lovely image. In a successful evening, Roy also took second place with ‘Route to South Stack’. ird place went to Terry Jamieson with ‘View to Pen-y-Pass’ and Terry also received a Seal of Merit for another image. New member Hiliary Henery’s ‘Early Morning Light, Loch Hourn’ took gold in the projected image category. Jim loved this image, taken early morning from a boat anchored o of Isleornsay on Skye a er a storm. Andy Louch won silver with ‘Flora in the Valley of Fire’ and Jackie Ridout took bronze with ‘Casting a Shadow’. Andy was also awarded two Seals of Merit for other images; further Seals were awarded to Lynn Lambeth CPAGB, APAGB, Jackie Ridout and Steve Williams. Steve Williams has also achieved success with an audio-visual presentation in the Southern Counties Winner of print category: Snow on the Hills by Roy Lambeth Winner of projected image category: Early Morning Light, Loch Hourn by Hilary Henery Presentation (Left to Right) Roy Lambeth, Jim Pascoe (Judge), Hilary Henery Photographic Federation’s recent competition which had 36 entries. Steve gained a highly commended certi cate for his sequence ‘Carnivale di Venezia’. View nders meets most Tuesdays at the Jubilee Hall, New Road, Timsbury and new members, regardless of photographic experience, are always welcome. For more information, visit the club’s website: at www. view nderscameraclub.org.uk or email: secretary@ view nderscc.org.uk Entry forms are now available for the 2024 Totton Festival of Drama, part of the All England National One Act Play Competition. Open to all am dram adult and youth theatre groups and schools in Hampshire. e Festival will take place at Hanger Farm Arts Centre in West Totton in the week beginning 18th March. It is community theatre at its best and a true celebration of community theatre. Hanger Farm Arts Centre has an amazing ambience and it is a great space to have the opportunity to perform in. To learn more about the Festival or to download an entry form please visit: www.tottondrama.co.uk, Facebook and Twitter @tottondrama or email info@ tottondrama.co.uk. e deadline for entries is 12th January. COMMUNITY THEATRE AT ITS BEST Living A er Loss are holding a Christmas event at the Lighthouse Church, Hardley on Monday 11th December between 2pm and 4pm. ey will be having entertainment, refreshments, sing and sign with Ruthanne learning how to sign to Christmas songs and carols, Roger Lapin - famous magician! Christmas Event