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    Any APUG'ers in Ealing?

    Hello fellow APUG folks.
    I'm a Canadian, who lives mostly in France, but also spends a fair bit of time in the UK, and I'll be in Ealing from November 23 until December 8. I'd enjoy meeting up with another analogue user for a chat and a pint. (Proper ale, hopefully).
    Please let me know if you want to get together.
    hdeyong.

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    Ealing APUG

    Hi, I am French, living in Ealing, it would be great to have a get together with other film photogs in Ealing.
    Rachel

    Quote Originally Posted by hdeyong View Post
    Hello fellow APUG folks.
    I'm a Canadian, who lives mostly in France, but also spends a fair bit of time in the UK, and I'll be in Ealing from November 23 until December 8. I'd enjoy meeting up with another analogue user for a chat and a pint. (Proper ale, hopefully).
    Please let me know if you want to get together.
    hdeyong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rvoge View Post
    Hi, I am French, living in Ealing, it would be great to have a get together with other film photogs in Ealing.
    Rachel
    I miss Ealing. I used to live there for almost a decade. I remember there were two groups of sociable photographers, one with the Ealing (and Hampshire House) Photographic Society, and another, smaller group, attached to the Questors Theatre. There was no APUG at the time, though. Enjoy the leafy streets and the quaint architecture of Pittshanger Village.
    Rafal Lukawiecki
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