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    West Norfolk Film Users

    Just a 'heads-up' for this one:

    We're planning a couple of evenings out in Norfolk:

    Thurs 16th July:

    Meet at Denver Windmill at 6:30 and then at the Jenyn's Arms, Denver Sluice from 8 ish.

    Thurs 20th August
    Meet on the Quay at Brancaster Staithe. at 6:30, then later at The White Horse.

    All welcome (whether or not you live in Norfolk!)

    Any queries please PM me

    Rob

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Archer View Post
    Just a 'heads-up' for this one:
    Thurs 20th August
    Meet on the Quay at Brancaster Staithe. at 6:30, then later at The White Horse.
    Anyone else heading out to Brancaster on Thursday ?

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    Can't make this one either guys - will be doing 'an early' instead at home. At the local reserve then on to the lake.

    Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Archer View Post
    Thurs 20th August
    Meet on the Quay at Brancaster Staithe. at 6:30, then later at The White Horse.
    Thanks to Rob for organising this - Busy developing some of the film used on Thursday and hope to print some of it tomorrow. Pity we didn't get to shoot any of the half submerged cars in the harbour area, but it appears to be a regular event.



 

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