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OVERALL BEST IN SHOW

The overall Best In Show photograph is ‘Poppies On Bromsgrove Road’ by David Jellie. Congratulations also to the Runners-Up in each classification and well done to all those who took part.

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POPPIES ON BROMSGROVE ROAD BY DAVID JELLIE
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MONO RESULTS

Here are the winner and runner-up of the classification Mono, together with critiques by Judge Michael McIlvaney for each. (Please note that any minor imperfections on any photographs are from my iphone camera.) Enjoy!

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HE’S BEHIND YOU BY ELE REA
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FREMANTLE PRISON LANDINGS AUSTRALIA BY ANNE GALBRAITH-JELLIE
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WINDOWS RESULTS

Here are the winner and runner-up of the classification Windows, together with critiques by Judge Michael McIlvaney for each. (Please note that any minor imperfections on any photographs are from my iPhone camera.) Enjoy! #BournheathPhotographicCompetition

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PORTHOLE – ‘I SEE LAND’ BY CHRISTINE CROSS
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WINDOWBOX OVERLOAD BY DAVID JELLIE
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B61 VIEWS RESULTS

Here are the winner and runner-up of the classification B61 Views, together with critiques by Judge Michael McIlvaney for each. (Please note that any minor imperfections on any photographs are from my iphone camera.) Enjoy!

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POPPIES ON BROMSGROVE ROAD BY DAVID JELLIE
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LEST WE FORGET BY ELE REA
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ANNUAL BOURNHEATH PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION UPDATE

It’s an exciting day today as the results are in and the winners will be announced as the day goes on. You will see winners and runner-up photographs for each of the three categories, and an overall Best In Show, together with a critique from the Judge Michael McIlvaney for those photographs. Later in the week, the remainder of the entries together with critiques will be shown in no particular order here, on BVCC Facebook, and on the website. At some stage, the photo entries will be pinned on the display boards in the Community Centre, for viewing when the current situation permits. Whilst the entries for the competition were disappointing, the quality of those entries that were submitted for judging was excellent. Thank you to all of those photographers. Certificates and trophies will be given at a later date. Please note the message from Judge Michael enclosed when the photographs were returned judged -“Hi Anne, Please see comments on images in competition. The first two images in each category are 1st place and runner-up respectively – other images are in no particular order. I judged the images and provided comments without knowing author/title. I then added in the author/title.”Thanks Michael 🙂 Michael enjoyed judging our photographs and we hope that you enjoy looking at them too.

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HALLOWEEN PUMPKIN CARVING COMPETITION

HALLOWEEN PUMPKIN CARVING COMPETITION 10
It's that time again when the ghostly goings-on gather in Bournheath. Two ghastly ghouls will gyrate around the village lanes, blink and you'll miss them...... maybe they are behind you??? Leave your carved pumpkins in plain sight for judging....if you hear from us again, it's because your pumpkin is the best .......be careful, don't forget to lock your doors!
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JINGLE BELLS IN THE OFFING AT THE ANNUAL CHRISTMAS CRAFT FAIR

Please support our Annual Christmas Craft Fair, crafters still have to craft and presents still have to be bought. Just phone the number shown on the poster to obtain your Booking Form and please share the poster with friends and family, who would like to keep this traditional event alive. Thank you.

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CORONAVIRUS AND OUR COMMUNITY CENTRE

We are thankful that the incidence of Coronavirus in Worcestershire, is not as high as in other areas. This doesn’t mean we can ease up on precautions. It is because we take precautions and protect our individual spaces, being responsible for our own actions, that we are safer. Hopefully, activity in Bournheath Village Community Centre will be able to return to normal. We are doing everything within our power, adhering to advice that is given, in order to make our community hub, safe for everyone. The situation changes from day to day and we will endeavour to keep you up to date with how we can use our community centre in future. Thank you for your patience and understanding, it helps us to help you.

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CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

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