Monthly Competition Results

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Eddie Garside came to the Club on Thursday 30th April 2015 to judge the first AV Competition of the year. Twelve sequences had been submitted, which Eddie declared to be a good entry for a club of our size. The scope of the entries was very wide - ranging from scenic presentations through to descriptions of destruction in Bolton during World War One. Eddie had a hard job on his hands but eventually picked out five sequences for awards. The results are presented in the attachment below this article, but to give an idea of the work presented, some stills are presented here from the top three on the night.

Newport Street Bridge 1  
Newport Street Bridge 2

The 'Rebuilding of Newport Street Bridge'

by Ray Jefferson told the story of how

this bridge was replaced during 2005.

Newport Street Bridge 3  
   
In the footsteps of the Hobbits 1  
In the footsteps of the Hobbits 2

'In the Footsteps of Hobbits' by Don Isherwood

suggested that the influences for JRR Tolkien's 'The

Lord of the Rings' are to be found in Lancashire -

an area Tolkien knew well.

In the footsteps of the Hobbits 3  
   
The Lake District 1  
The Lake District 2

In 'The Lake District' Mike Hesp took an attractive look

at the scenery and activities of the National Park.

The Lake District 3  
Attachments:
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