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Southend’s super snappers were celebrated at a cream tea in Dunaverty hall.
The recent village photographic competition final, judged by members of the public completing a blind ballot, included an afternoon cream tea complete with scones and jam.
Junior section winner was Oliver Twynham, who was not present, for his photo: All Clouds Lead to Kintyre.
In the senior section, Evening Sun Behind Southend School, by Rolline McKerral, took the honours.
The event raised funds for continual upgrading works at the hall. Most recently these included the installation of acoustic panels to reduce echoes in the building during live performances or when people are speaking.
Archie Reid and Netta Harvey joined Rolline McKerral (front) at the Southend photographic competition cream tea. 25_c25rolline01_Southend_photo_comp
Rolline McKerral’s winning picture: Evening sun behind Southend school. NO_c25sunset01_Rolline_McKerral