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27 Feb 2016 17:08 #1 by Jonlate (Jon Late)
It's been great to see so many old members return and new ones join recently.
BUT...... Have you posted any photos for the February photo competition yet???
Obviously not as there are only 8 photos so far.

So come on and post some of those photos you have taken over your time away, and let's all see what you have done.

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27 Feb 2016 19:02 #2 by alan 64 (alan)
Good man i will have some in before the deadline

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29 Feb 2016 15:25 #3 by alan 64 (alan)
Bump this come on guys get yer cameras out

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01 Mar 2016 00:01 #4 by jeff (Jeff Scully)
I haven't taken a pic in a long time but il do some tomorrow when the lights are on
Can someone remind me how to send it to the forum or John or whatever way it works sorry just can't remember what to do
Cheers

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01 Mar 2016 00:11 #5 by JohnH (John)
Replied by JohnH (John) on topic Have you entered yet?
I fear, Jeff, that tomorrow will be too late since the deadline for February's entries is about now, midnight - but fear not, we'll shortly be commencing the March Round.
What you need to do is send an email to
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, adding your pic(s) as an attachment. That's absolutely all you need to do - after then yours truly will do all the rest of the hard work (who am I trying to kid???) and add it/them to the next competition thread.
There are a few Ts&Cs, but not many and they're all there to read under 'Competitions' section.

John

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02 Mar 2016 14:05 #6 by jeff (Jeff Scully)
That's cool thanks John

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