Workshop for budding photographers

Workshop for budding photographers

Workshop for budding photographers

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Mark’s Hall is holding a workshop for budding photographers.

This introductory workshop, on Saturday from 10.30am until 4.30pm, is aimed at those new to photography or who need a reminder of the basics. Compact cameras and film cameras are just as welcome as the latest (or even older) DSLRs.

Tickets cost £50 per person and are available from Louise Dover: events@markshall.org.uk.

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6:59pm Fri 1 Aug 14

R Souls says...

Excellent idea. Hope the budding photographers take loads of photos of the green fields owned by Marks Hall north and south of the A120 because if Marks Hall Trustees have their way, all 30 plus acres will be sold off for housing.
Excellent idea. Hope the budding photographers take loads of photos of the green fields owned by Marks Hall north and south of the A120 because if Marks Hall Trustees have their way, all 30 plus acres will be sold off for housing. R Souls
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8:14pm Fri 1 Aug 14

pierre-pierre says...

get the story correct, the land is separate from Marks Hall

The trustees of a historic country estate have defended the donation of land which could see a new school and 350 homes built.

Honywood Community Science School in Coggeshall has announced its intention to fund a £30m rebuild by selling land to developers for housing.

The project has become a possibility after the neighbouring Marks Hall Estate donated some of its land to the school.

Opponents of the scheme have accused trustees of going against the will of Thomas Phillips Price, who left the 2,300-acre estate to the nation “In the interest of agriculture, arboriculture and forestry” upon his death in 1932.

Trustee Graeme Fraser Steele said: “The enabling residential development will not only allow for the provision of inspiring new school premises, playing fields and facilities for the benefit of the entire community, it will also provide considerable financial contribution to the Marks Hall Estate, allowing us to safeguard its future."
get the story correct, the land is separate from Marks Hall The trustees of a historic country estate have defended the donation of land which could see a new school and 350 homes built. Honywood Community Science School in Coggeshall has announced its intention to fund a £30m rebuild by selling land to developers for housing. The project has become a possibility after the neighbouring Marks Hall Estate donated some of its land to the school. Opponents of the scheme have accused trustees of going against the will of Thomas Phillips Price, who left the 2,300-acre estate to the nation “In the interest of agriculture, arboriculture and forestry” upon his death in 1932. Trustee Graeme Fraser Steele said: “The enabling residential development will not only allow for the provision of inspiring new school premises, playing fields and facilities for the benefit of the entire community, it will also provide considerable financial contribution to the Marks Hall Estate, allowing us to safeguard its future." pierre-pierre
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11:36pm Sat 2 Aug 14

R Souls says...

How can the land be separate? It is owned by Marks Hall and was left to the nation by the benefactor for agricultural purposes. That doesn't include building 300 plus homes on green fields. The Trustees of Marks Hall should be ashamed of themselves for proposing this idea.
How can the land be separate? It is owned by Marks Hall and was left to the nation by the benefactor for agricultural purposes. That doesn't include building 300 plus homes on green fields. The Trustees of Marks Hall should be ashamed of themselves for proposing this idea. R Souls
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