With the title of ‘Beauty of Nature’, the 2019 competition attracted some wonderful entries. Winners of each age group were entered in the District Heats, where two entrants were awarded second and third placings.
To all entrants, our judge, local photographer, Simon Futcher, offered a morning’s photographic workshop, based at the Park Hotel in Chichester. Here Simon discussed the key elements of an effective photograph, and the students had the opportunity to discuss their own work. There then followed a practical session in which the children were encouraged to consider some of the aspects Simon had suggested earlier.
Everyone felt it was a very worthwhile morning, and many of the young photographers are already keen to enter next year’s competition, for which the theme will be ‘Through My Eyes’.
Helen Buckett – RCCH Youth Committee
more Have a read about how we help in our local community.
more Each week members of the Club attend the Food Bank in Chichester, and enable Food Bank clients to access to a full range of clothing, shoes, and other essential items.
more As a Club we support the work of UK Harvest
more How we set about making a real difference in our Community each year.
more Regular Tea Dances
more Club members "step up" to support the only Children's Hospice in Sussex.
more How we help support local youngsters to build a better future for themselves.
more Our Kids on the Water Event every May is now in its 37th year.
more In 2019 RCCH organised two events to raise money for local charity Stonepillow that between them resulted in a donation of £3400.
back Chichester Harbour Rotary Club is extremely proactive in supporting community services within the local area. A summary of the wide range of activities serves to illustrate the vital functions that our club performs.