Honiton Camera Club’s latest exhibition

PUBLISHED: 07:01 07 December 2018 | UPDATED: 10:04 07 December 2018

Pictured (l to r)  Katie Elford, Boston Tea Party head barista, Jean Booth, Honiton Camera Club, Becky Bachmann, Boston Tea Party, general manager; and customer  Bridget Ross. Picture Kath McKnight.

Pictured (l to r) Katie Elford, Boston Tea Party head barista, Jean Booth, Honiton Camera Club, Becky Bachmann, Boston Tea Party, general manager; and customer Bridget Ross. Picture Kath McKnight.

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Boston Tea Party will host a display of members’ work

Honiton Camera Club is holding an exhibition of members’ work at the town’s Boston Tea Party tearoom.

Becky Bachmann, general manager, said: “We like to support local art and welcome groups to display their work.”

The exhibition, which runs until February 21, is on display daily from breakfast time until 6pm at the premises on High Street, Honiton. Photographs are available to purchase at £35.

Camera club chairman Kath McKnight said: “We are very grateful to Boston Tea Party for giving our club this opportunity. Our members have been very enthusiastic, with so many wonderful photographs being submitted, so many that we will be refreshing the display with more photographs on January 25, to allow everyone’s work to be displayed.

“Our club is open to anyone with an interest in photography. If you have been inspired by our exhibition, then please come along to our next meeting on Friday January 4, from 7.30pm to 9.30pm at the Methodist Church in Chapel Street, off New Street.”

For further information visit www.HonitonCameraClub.co.uk


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