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:
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.
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.