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Please find attached the Notice of the MCPF September General Meeting and Annual statement of accounts. The meeting will be held on ZOOM and if you wish to attend please ensure you register your intent to attend with the MCPF secretary. Full details are shown on the notice attached. Best wishes Roger Parry Despatch Secretary
Christine Lovatt, 26, Dane Grove, Cheadle, Stoke on Trent Staffordshire ST10 1QS
Tel: 01538 754060 Email: email@example.com
GENERAL MEETING NOTICE
You are invited to the MCPF General Meeting
To take place on
Saturday 18th September 2021
via a Zoom Link
The meeting will commence at 2.00pm
You will need to register your intention to attend by Wednesday 15th September 2021 as
only confirmed attendees will be allowed to join the meeting.
Please confirm your attendance to firstname.lastname@example.org
In order to save time at the meeting, it would be helpful if apologies and amendments to the
minutes of the Annual General Meeting held on the 12th June 2021 could be sent to the
Secretary in advance of the meeting.
All club members are most welcome to attend, but only delegates have the power to vote.
Midland Counties Photographic Federation
Christine Lovatt, 26 Dane Grove, Cheadle, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire, ST101QS
Tel: 01538 754060 Email: email@example.com
MCPF GENERAL MEETING Saturday 18th September 2021
Meeting will commence at 2.00PM
Venue: Via A Zoom Link
Chair: President: Graham Walton DPAGB
2. Minutes of the AGM held on Saturday 12th June 2021
3. Matters Arising.
4. Administration Reports
4a. General Secretary
4c. Database Report
4d. Despatch Secretary
4e. Records Secretary
5. Judges and Lecturers Secretaries
6. Exhibition and Competition Reports
6a. Midphot AV Championships
6c. Midphot Panels
6d. MCPF Print and PDI Championships
6f. Midland Salon
6g. PAGB Inter Federation Competitions
7. Travelling Exhibitions
7a. MCPF Portfolio
7b. PAGB Exhibitions
8. Officers Reports
8a. PAGB Awards for Photographic Merit
Adjudication @ Bromsgrove April 23rd/24th 2022
8b. PAGB Executive Member
8c. Judges Seminar – October 2021
8d. Newsletter Editor
9. Offers of help
10. Any other business
11. Date of next meeting
Minutes of the 114th Annual General Meeting 2021
Held via a Zoom link
12th June 2021
The MCPF Annual General Meeting was officially opened by Andy Fryer at 2.05pm
The President presented the following awards:
MCPF Roll of Honour.
This award recognizes outstanding service to the Midland Counties Photographic Federation
and was awarded to Jon Baker, MFIAP EFIAP/p
Hon. Vice President:
Ian Bailey FCCA LRPS CPAGB
Proposed by MCPF Council Seconded by Derek Buckett (Desborough & Rothwell PS)
Business Meeting began at 2.15pm
1. Apologies: From Council.
Ralph Duckett, Christine Mallett, David Moore.
Apologies: From Delegates:
Bob & Sue Moore Arden Photo Group, Richard Bryant Blythe Bridge CC Wendy Outram
Cheltenham Photographic Society,
Phil Chapman Hereford Photographic Society, Bernard Beech Leek Photographic Society,
Chris Whitford Leicester & Leicestershire Photographic Club, Darron Matthews Lichfield
Photographic Society, Brian Dicks Stafford Photographic Society, Anthony Burroughs
Yardley Photographic Society.
List of Attendees attached.
2, Minutes of the General Meeting held on Saturday 13th February 2021
These had been sent out prior to the meeting.
Proposed by: Dave Tucker (Cannock PS) Seconded by: Len Doughty (Wolverhampton PS)
3. Matters Arising
4. Adoption of the Presidents Review
Who would have thought 2 years ago when I took on the presidents’ role, nearly 16 months
would be under a national lock-down due to the Covid pandemic, where the normal life of
club meetings and gatherings for national and international competitions and exhibitions have
However, life goes on. We have seen some clubs grasp this crisis and re-invent themselves to
become on-line successes. Continuing their weekly meetings and competitions with lectures
and judging being done remotely, ensuring their continued growth for when they are
eventually allowed to meet up again and be back in the physical “club room” rather than the
I would like to thank all members of Council for their continued hard work and dedication in
their various roles, however, I would especially like to thank several members of council for
ensuring our main events continued with great success, these being Alastair Taylor for
Midphot AV Championships, Lu and Ralph Duckett for Midphot Championships and finally
Judith and Roger Parry for hugely successful Midland Salon and Photofolio.
I would also like to express my sincere thanks to a long-standing member of Council who
will be standing down at this AGM due to personal reasons. Ian Bailey who has held the post
as Treasurer for a number of years, as well as being a past president of the Federation,
ensured our finances were always in good health and also gave a considerable contribution in
time and effort to ensure the Federation ran smoothly.
When I took on the role as President, I made a request to the delegates at the AGM to go back
to their clubs and members and ask for more help in running the Federation by joining us on
Council. I have continued to repeat this request at several of the General meetings. With over
110 clubs and nearly 4000 club members we have had not one volunteer come forward. That
is somewhat disappointing. Either the message isn’t getting back to the clubs and their
members or nobody is bothered about supporting the work we, the Council, are doing. As I
pointed out before, most of us on the Council are doing at least 2 or more roles. I sincerely
hope that when clubs are able to get back together again this message is put out and we can
hope more help is forth coming.
Finally, I would like to wish Graham Walton every success and good fortune in taking on the
position of President.
Proposed by: Andy Fryer Seconded by: Judith Parry (Smethwick PS)
5a. Adoption of the Accounts to 31st December 2020
Accounts were circulated with the minutes of this meeting.
There were no questions.
Proposed by: Ian Bailey Seconded by: Alastair Taylor (Newport PS)
5b. To set the subscription for 2022
To formally propose to the AGM that the subscription rate for 2022 be £45.50 per club plus
£0.60 per member and a one-time rebate to all clubs of 22.5% off the overall subscription.
Proposed by: Council Seconded by Derek Buckett (Desborough & Rothwell)
6.1 Administration Reports
6.1a. General Secretary Chris Lovatt
Club Closure: Bedworth & Exhall Camera Club held an EGM on Tuesday 23rd March. The
club has struggled to recruit new members and lack of commitment by existing members, it
was decided to close the club. The members and committee decided to donate assets to a
6.1b. Database Report Lucia Duckett
Nothing to report.
6.1c. Despatch Secretary Roger Parry
Clubs should try to keep information up to date.
6.2 Judges and Lecturers Secretary Report Alison & Andy Fryer
The 2nd draft of the Handbook has been sent to the editor. The PAGB continues to look at
making the Handbook electronic.
Judges Fees: Any costs to be incurred should be agreed between the Judge and the club at the
time of booking. This then becomes a contract between the club and the Judge. Please refer
to: The PAGB Handbook 2020/21, Page 107.
6.3 Exhibition & Competition Reports
6.3a Midphot AV Championship Alastair Taylor
This will be launched to the clubs in September.
Selecting the judges is underway. Currently Brian Stubbs ARPS from Leeds has said yes.
The local judge is likely to be Jeff Mansell from Blythe Bridge plus one other TBA
The competition will take place on the last Saturday of January, hopefully face to face but online if needed. This will be decided near the event.
A new prize has been given by Andrew Gagg. The Andrew N Gagg Award for AV
Excellence and this will be awarded to the one with most innovative sound and narration. The
award name has been kept open to allow for changing circumstances. Some work is ongoing
around the publicity materials for the AV Competition, At present there is a mixed message
around whether it is the AV “Championship” or the AV “Competition”. As part of the
launch, I am planning an on-line event to help point people in the right direction. This will be
recorded as a video and put up on VIMEO for others to revisit.
6.3b Midphot Ralph & Lucia Duckett
Entries were well up compared to previous years at over 5,000 plus 10 more entrants
compared to last year.
Triptychs proved to be popular.
Judging: we set up a practice run on Tues before the Judging weekend and because that went
so well, the Triptychs were judged that day. However, the Judging weekend proved to be
challenging because of problems getting onto the software and then problems with the
scoring which could not resolved quickly, so the decision was made to adjourn to the
following Fri and Sat. Joan Blease was unable to make these dates because of moving house,
so another judge was needed. After several phone calls and judges saying either they were
unavailable or could not do both days, we asked David Gibbins and Erica Oram to do Friday
and Saturday, respectively.
Judging went ok on both these days. All our judges have been sent tokens of our appreciation
and in Joan’s case a donation to a cancer charity.
A huge thank you to Chris Lovatt for taking on the Mono and Scapes show for us this year,
we think you would agree that it is excellent. Thanks to Phil who has fixed the exported
images to now show Clubs, this has saved hours of typing, though it is more problematic to
correct spelling errors etc.
Thank you to Alastair for suggesting Vimeo as the platform to present the shows. The shows
are still available on Vimeo.
Analytics at 9 am 10th June 2021
Mono and Scapes Part 1 415
Mono and Scapes Part 2 210
Colour and Nature Part 1 290
Colour and Nature Part 2 156
AV PhotoHarmony 98
AV Open 135
Finally, thank you to all the clubs and entrants who entered this year. Given the situation at
the time, it was going to be an unknown as to how many would enter, so it was a pleasant
surprise to get a bumper entry but more importantly, we saw work from clubs who had not
entered before. Thanks to our judges, Libby Smith, Mike Sharples, Joan Blease, David
Gibbins and Erica Oram, who chose an excellent exhibition. With nearly 80% of the entrants
gaining acceptance and 66 of 70 clubs represented in the exhibition. Our congratulations to
all those who gained acceptances and awards and again a huge thank you for your support.
6.3c Midphot Panels Ralph & Lucia Duckett
Awaiting Government Guidelines.
6.3d MCPF Print & Pdi Championship Ian Bailey
The event date is the 9th April 2022 and the venue is the Braunstone Civic Centre.
Clubs that were successful last time will be invited to take part.
6.3e Photofolio Judith Parry
Photofolio 2021 was run as a virtual exhibition this year, with judging taking place
Clubs were asked to submit 15 images in each or all of the three sections. Open Colour, Open
Monochrome and Nature. Judges were Martin Cooper, LRPS, Richard Spiers, DPAGB,
BPE2, APAGB and Leigh Woolford, DPAGB, EFIAP, FWPF. MCPF Medals and
Certificates of Merit will be sent out in due course. Thank you to Chris Lovatt who has
produced the AV for us this year.
6.3f PAGB Inter Federation Competition Graham Walton
The PAGB usually organise an Annual National Competition between the 15 Regional
Federations in Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales, and England.
This Competition was not held during 2020 due to the Pandemic situation. However, for 2021
the PAGB decided to run a 2 section PDI only competition, for Open General and Nature.
Each section to have 30 images and all points to count.
The MCPF decided to run their own selection process from mainly the successful images in
the Midphot Competition. If an image had been used before in the Inter-Fed, or something
very similar, then it could not be used. The result of our selection process, ended up with 30
Open General and 30 Nature PDIs, of a very high standard.
Judging for the Competition was held on 12 June 2021, using 3 PAGB Approved Judges. The
Photographic Community had been invited to attend the judging, via the Zoom platform on
their computers. On the day 163 people connected on Zoom. With the very best of UK
Photographs from around the Regions being shown in the Competition, it was a great day for
I am pleased to report that the result of the days judging gave the MCPF the winning position
in both the Open General and Nature Sections.
Our MCPF photographers also featured well in the individual awards, as follows:-
Paul Hassell – Arden Photo Group – A Placed Called Home – Silver Medal
David Lowe – Smethwick PS – Hearing Voices – PAGB Ribbon
Mike Sharples – Smethwick PS – Indian Car Mechanic – PAGB Ribbon
Warren Alani – Smethwick PS – Pursuing – PAGB Ribbon
Peter Siviter – Smethwick PS – Drink is my Refuge – PAGB Ribbon
Tom Jones – Wrekin Arts PC – Hannah Powell Lift – PAGB Ribbon
Sue Moore – Arden Photo Group – Pensive Schoolboy – PAGB Ribbon
Warren Alani – Smethwick PS – Remembering Che – PAGB Ribbon
Mike Lane – Arden Photo Group – Dalmation Pelicans Fishing – PAGB Ribbon
Mike Lane – Arden Photo Group – Mountain Hare – PAGB Ribbon
Duncan Armour – Ludlow PC – Hamerkop and Frog – PAGB Ribbon
Thank you to all our photographers who support the MCPF. With your photos we competed
and won at the highest level, in a National Event.
6.3g Midland Salon Judith Parry
The Midland Salon will again be a Projected Image Exhibition this year due to ongoing
Covid restrictions. Patronage has been awarded by PSA, FIAP, GPU and the PAGB. There
will be 5 sections with a total of 150 Awards covering all of the sections. Closing date for
entries is 26th June 2021 with judging 3rd to 5th July 2021. It is expected that judging is likely
to take place remotely.
Karen Berry, FRPS, EFIAP
Paul Stanley, EFIAP/g, FIPF ESFIAP
Peter Gennard, MFIAP, EFIAP/p
Jenny Hibbert, MPAGB, EFIAP, AWPF
Dave Coates, EFIAP/g, MPAGB, ARPS
Peter Young, AFIAP, CPAGB
6.4 Travelling Exhibitions
6.4a MCPF Portfolio Steve Clifford
Clubs have been responding and booking the Portfolio for next Season. As its purely a digital
evening there is total flexibility on dates, and this has gone down well.
So far I have received 23 bookings.
Several clubs have requested receipts as bacs payments have been made from personal bank
accounts and they want proof so can re-claim from their clubs. I discussed this with Ian and
he is happy to send a receipt out.
For cheque payments a receipt document will be sent back to the club once cheque received.
The advert will continue to run in the Newsletter and will now add a list of clubs who have
booked. This may act as an incentive to other clubs.
I have informed clubs the show will be sent out from late August onwards.
6.4b PAGB Exhibitions Bob Hudson
These are available on the PAGB Website
6.5 Officers Reports
6.5a PAGB Awards for Photographic Merit (APM) Alan Lovatt
February 2021 saw the AV Adjudication and Alastair Taylor was successful in gaining his
May 2021, a closed Adjudication took place with no success from MCPF applicants.
Subject to Covid restrictions there will be a closed adjudication for prints held at Smethwick
PS on the weekend of June26/27th 2021.
6.5b PAGB Executive Member Judith Parry
Roger Parry Elected President
Howard Tate Elected FIAP Liaison Officer
PAGB Proposed Subscription Rate for 2022
Peter Young explained that the budgets had been prepared, expecting everything to go back
to normal, as per 2019 costs, and this is what had generated the proposed rate of £32.00.
He then went on to add, that due to the expected surplus in 2020/21, he would be proposing a
discount against the proposed rate. This discount would be determined in October 2021.It
was proposed by the President that the subscription rate for 2022 would be £32.00. It was
also proposed that a discount (to be determined) would be applied in October 2021.
Delegates voted by majority to accept both the Treasurer and President’s proposals
Judith Parry Elected Inter Federation Competition Sub Committee Chairman
Jane Lines Elected Inter Club Pdi Championship Sub Committee Chairman
Following the EC’s concern, Darwin Clayton Insurance:
went back to Royal Sun Alliance, but RSA wouldn’t move on the proposed premiums. Julie
Cripwell from DC subsequently
approached other insurers, one being AXA, who have now provided us with better cover and
smaller excesses for a lesser premium. Peter Young, on behalf of the PAGB has accepted the
new proposal from AXA via DC.
All insurers now use a ‘statement of fact’ as part of the policy documentation,
which has a lot of assumed facts. This means that, for example, if any member of a
committee was a bankrupt, cover would not be valid unless the insurers were pre-informed.
Richard Spiers commented that AXA have provided a five-year limitation on this particular
‘bankruptcy’ statement. Richard also went onto add that he had also discussed a definition of’
committee member’ and it should only include key officer roles.
Standards and Governance
Mark Buckley-Sharp thanked Federations who had updated their club records on the CES. It
was recommended that we start a new project to investigate the feasibility of getting
Federations to authorise club data via the use of a dedicated Data Manager for each
Federation. Libby Smith supported this idea as it would assist in the APM process.
It was voted to proceed with this project by the EC unanimously.
There has been an interim Pdi only Competition this year organised by Adrian & Jane Lines
results of which have been announced by Graham Walton. Judith will take over the
organising of the 2022 Inter Federation Competition.
Inter Club PDI Championship
This will take place via Zoom on the 17th of July. The entry size will be the same as previous
years, but clubs will need to pre-pick both rounds one and two. The plate competition is not
run this year. Online entry opened on 6th of June and closes on the 27th June for the
Tickets to watch the event will be free but spectators need to pre-register. Via the PAGB
Inter Club Print Championship
It is the intention to run a single round competition this year. Smethwick has been
offered as a venue. Jane asked whether it would be mounted or unmounted prints. David
Smith replied, it would be mounted prints.
Masters of Print
Two events are running this year. The 2020 event and the 2021 event, only a catalogue would
be produced for the 2020 event and that there would be no physical exhibition. Every club
and entrant can get a FREE catalogue and these are available by request via the PAGB
website CSE. The cost would be covered by a new sponsor.
The PAGB is hopeful for a real exhibition for the 2021 event and entry would be opened
immediately after the 2020 event has closed.
Dave Coates asked for approval for a reduction of £10 for applications fees as is currently
being provided by FIAP. Dave gave a small presentation on the FIAP distinctions history.
Howard Tate has now taken over the role of FIAP Liaison Officer and he gave thanks to
Dave for his services to the PAGB.
6.5c Seminar/Judges Organiser
Awaiting Government Guidelines on Covid.
6.5d Newsletter Editor Roger Barker
I hope you have all enjoyed and found helpful, our Newsletter, as an Information Source
from the Federation to the Clubs and your Members.
It has been a difficult for us all, and no one could foresee that this would be for such a long
period of time. With Clubs not meeting in person, the number of insertions for the Newsletter
has reduced over many months.
Thanks go to members of Council and Clubs, who have supported the Newsletter during this
time. We are now beginning to see more Clubs returning to advertise with us.
Lockdown articles with pictures have now become a theme for photography, and hopefully
some Clubs will forward these to the Newsletter.
We are all hoping for a summer restart, and hope that the end of lockdowns is now in sight.
At least now we have a light at the end of the tunnel, with vaccinations making considerable
It was good to see that many Clubs have embraced the Digital Platform for their meetings,
which has been a great way to keep everyone active.
Can I ask Clubs to advertise their Digital Events through the Newsletter.
I look forward to many more Contributions, with the help and participation of member Clubs,
Federations, PAGB, RPS, and fellow photographers.
6.5e Webmaster Lucia Duckett
Nothing to report
6.5f Archivist David Moore
Nothing to report
7.1 Election of President: Graham Walton DPAGB
Proposed by Council Seconded by Steve Johnson (Aston & Erdington PS)
Graham Walton as the incoming President now took over the proceedings.
7.2 Election of Vice President: Mike Sharples MFIAP MPAGB FBPE ARPS
Proposed by Council Seconded by Dave Tucker (Cannock PS)
7.3 Election of Secretaries and Officers
General Secretary: Christine Lovatt
Treasurer: Christine Mallett CPAGB AFIAP
Despatch Secretary: Roger Parry MPAGB ARPS Hon PAGB EFIAP
Judges & Lecturers Secretaries: Alison Fryer DPAGB EFIAP/g BPE5
Andy Fryer DPAGB EFIAP/g BPE5
Midphot Joint Chair: Ralph Duckett MPAGB APAGB EFIAP
Lucia Duckett APAGB
MCPF AV Championship Organiser: Alastair Taylor DPAGB/av ARPS
Photofolio Chairman: Judith Parry AFIAP DPAGB Hon PAGB
Midland Salon Chairman: Judith Parry AFIAP DPAGB Hon PAGB
MCPF Club Championship Organiser TBA
PAGB Print & Pdi Competition: Graham Walton DPAGB
PAGB Awards for Photographic Merit: Alan Lovatt.
Proposed by Council Seconded by all delegates
7.4 Election of Members with Council Appointment
Steve Clifford AFIAP CPAGB BPE3 Travelling Portfolio
Bob Hudson PAGB Travelling Exhibitions
Roger Barker LRPS Newsletter Editor
Dr. David Moore EFIAP MPAGB BPE5 MCPF Archivist/Historian
Mike Sharples MFIAP MPAGB FBPE ARPS EFIAP General Seminar Organiser
Proposed by Council: Seconded by all delegates.
Other Council Appointments. (information only)
Judith Parry PAGB Executive Member
Lucia Duckett Webmaster
Alison Fryer Records Secretary
Proposed by Council. Seconded by all delegates
7.5 Election of Ordinary Members of Council:
There were no members for election.
8. Vote of thanks to Hon Auditor
Ian Bailey gave a vote of thanks to Cliff Armstrong for the independent examination of the
9. Appointment of Hon Auditor
No Auditor appointed.
10. Vote of thanks to Officers and Members of Council Derek Buckett
It is quite obvious that even though we are living in the strangest of times, the work of the
MCPF Council Officers and members continues, sincere thanks were given to Council by
Derek Buckett. (Desborough & Rothwell PS)
11. Vote of thanks to Lecturers and Judges John Kellett
Judges and Lecturers have gone from zooming up and down motorways to zooming into our
homes via a computer, the work of Judges and Lecturers has continued to support our Camera
Clubs. A vote of thanks was given by John Kellett. (Vale of Evesham CC)
12. Any other Business
The future of Camera Clubs
Most of the clubs represented at the meeting told the meeting of the next steps after lockdown
restrictions, many clubs will be continuing on the Zoom platform until Christmas and then
hopefully will continue with face to face meetings or will organise Hybrid meetings.
Congratulations must go to Roger Parry who since the last meeting in February has been
elected to PAGB President, Ian Bailey thanked him for the tireless work that he does for the
13.Dates for future meetings.
Saturday 18th September 2021 General Meeting
14. Proposed date for next AGM
11th June 2022
15. Open Forum:
The meeting closed at 3.28pm
Attendees from Council:
Ian Bailey, Roger Barker, Steve Clifford, Lucia Duckett, Alison Fryer, Andy Fryer, Alan
Lovatt, Christine Lovatt, Mike Sharples, Judith Parry, Roger Parry, Alastair Taylor, Graham
Delegates and Visitors:
Jon Baker Received onto the Roll of Honour
Dave Tucker Cannock PS
Angie Tucker Cannock PS
Len & Carole Doughty Wolverhampton PS
Stewart Stevens Dudley CC
David Bray Dunchurch PS
Keith Roberts Leamington Spa PS
Robert Oakley Worcestershire CC
Nasar Hussain South Birmingham PS
Derek & Rosemary Buckett Desborough & Rothwell
Steve & Linda Johnson Aston & Erdington
Michael Robertson-Smith Stratford PG
Mary Jenkins Yardley PS
Susan Pearmain Shirley PS
Dennis Bowden Kettering & District PS
John Haines Great Barr PS
John Kellett Vale of Evesham CC
Carolyn Wetton Burton PS
Tony Capper Newcastle CC
Martin Turner Vale of Evesham CC
Midland Counties Photographic Federation
Jon Baker, MFIAP, EFIAP/p
The MCPF wish to recognise all the work Jon has done in promoting photography as a
judge, lecturer and his involvement with both Wrekin arts international exhibition and the
Midland Salon, by adding him to their “Roll of Honour”.
Jon started judging in the Autumn of 1988 and during the years that followed he has judged
at club, Federation, National and International level. He was also a listed PAGB judge as
well as being an MCPF main list judge. As a member of Wrekin Arts, he also chaired the
Wrekin Salon and produced the AVs of the accepted and award-winning entries. This lead to
him producing the AVs for the Midland Salon, for which the MCPF was very grateful.
In addition to his judging commitments Jon began lecturing to clubs in 1991 and was joined
in the mid 90’s by his wife Sue in their very enjoyable presentations ‘Four Feet from Telford’
Midland Counties Photographic Federation
It was a sad day when you told us that you would be retiring from the MCPF Council. You
have given so much to the Federation not only in the capacity of Hon. Treasurer but also as
President of the Federation, a judge and support for all our other events. Over the 17 years,
you have been serving on the Council it is not only your ability to add up and subtract and
more importantly to pay our expenses on time. But that you can keep calm in a crisis, you are
not afraid to ask the hard question and to keep digging until you find the answer to someone’s
By drawing on your own experiences with clubs, the Federation, the PAGB and with the RPS
plus your personal working life you have become of one of the Federation’s greatest assets.
You are one of the first people we turn to if we need advice, someone to bounce ideas off, a
sounding board or to simply point out the obvious to us.
It is not only the Federation that relies on your knowledge and advice but many clubs will
miss your guidance and help with their PLI and subscriptions.
As a past President, you are entitled to still attend meetings and receive the minutes for as
long as you wish, but we feel that would not give you the recognition that you truly deserve,
so we are hoping that you will accept the role of becoming an Honourary Vice President of
the Midland Counties Photographic Federation.
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