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Hi All.

As previously promised, this year l will be introducing a number of new habits which l’ll be explaining more about.

Because l have made some major decisions regarding the workshops and courses l ran, this will give me considerable extra time to redirect to other projects.

These projects will include the processing time and supplying my images at an extremely faster rate to my stock agency’s, distributors and of course the galleries on my website. (The galleries have yet to be uploaded with new images).

This will also give me extra time to spend more time with my favourite camera club, “Photographic Minds” of St Helens in Merseyside. The members are all great, enthusiastic, and so willing to learn.

Rainhill – Save Our Green belt.

You may recall  that previously l explained about being involved in the campaign in Rainhill, my home village.

Well we’re now in the second year and fast approaching the time when the local council will be releasing the “preferred document” which will say what the councils intentions are.

In Rainhill you may recall we have three green belt areas, all which have been nominated by our beloved council to change the status from green belt to that suitable for building either domestic or commercial dwellings on.

Well, the largest plot of all, “Eccleston Park Golf Club” has been sold to new consortium, one of the partners being a large and successful housing developer. However there is no closing date for the golf club and the green belt status still remains.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION & TO KEEP UP TO DATE, PLEASE FOLLOW;

http://www.rainhillsogb.co.uk 

https://www.facebook.com/RainhillSOGB/

Keep On Clickin.

John F

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