Exhibition – The Old Schoolroom, Edingley

Exhibition at The Old Schoolroom Edingley: 19th - 20th October 11:00am - 3:00pm

The Old Schoolroom Edingley presents a two day exhibition featuring the work of five local photographers.

The Old Schoolroom, in the small Nottinghamshire village of Edingley (between Farnsfield and Southwell) is hosting a photographic exhibition over the weekend of the 19th and 20th October.

Featured photographers include:

• James Clay (Nottingham) (website)
• Declan Joyce (Kirklington) (website)
• Malcolm Yates (Farnsfield)
• Cathy Clay (Edingley)
• Wendy Raines (Edingley – Event Organiser)

The event is hosted to help raise funds to improve facilities at the Old Schoolroom and keep it running as a vital community resource for future generations.

The historic old Schoolroom, originally opened as the village school in 1912, now functions as the village hall and a centre for community events in the small rural village of  approximately 350 inhabitants.

The exhibition will feature a variety of photographic subjects, styles and techniques ranging from landscape through studio to macro photography and promises to be a great event.

Exhibition Details:

Where: The Old Schoolroom Edingley – Main Street, Edingley, Nottinghamshire. NG22 8BE
When: Saturday 19th & Sunday 20th October, 2013 – 11:00am – 3:00pm
Entry Fee: Entry is charged at £2.00 per adult* (Children Free)
Refreshments: Coffee and Cake served from 11:00am – £1.50*
Lunch: Sausage and Bacon Cobs served from 12:30pm – £3.00*
Parking: On-site parking is available (free)
*All proceeds to the Old Schoolroom Edingley

Make a Day of It!

Edingley is situated between Farnsfield and Halam, approximately 3.5 miles outside of Southwell. Why not make a day of it? While you are visiting the exhibition, why not take your camera for a wonderful photo walk around the beautiful and historic Minster town of Southwell, walk the Southwell Trail or enjoy a good Sunday lunch in the Old Reindeer. Personally, I would highly recommend that you pay Edingley’s St Giles Church a visit, a beautiful little church dating back to around the 14th century.

For anyone planning on visiting the exhibition, Edingley itself offers a variety of photographic opportunities which should not be missed, as I am sure the following images will illustrate.

St Giles, Edingley

St Giles Church in Edingley, Nottinghamshire

St Giles Edingley

St Giles Church in Edingley, Nottinghamshire. 2011

St Giles Edingley

HDR image of St Giles Church in Edingley, Nottinghamshire. 2011

Allesford Lane, Edingley

Looking down Allesford Lane from it’s junction with Greaves Lane, Edingley, Nottinghamshire

Sunset over Edingley

Sunset over the fields of Edingley


One of the gravestones within the churchyard at St Giles, Edingley.
Boxing Day, 2010

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