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Ready, set, snap!
Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust’s annual wildlife photography competition is now open for entries, with new categories and bigger and better prizes.
GWT would love to see your images showcasing the stunning scenery and spectacular wildlife here in Gloucestershire. We appreciate that movement is currently restricted due to lockdown but we think the ‘on your doorstep’ category provides the perfect opportunity for capturing snaps of wildlife and wild places close to your home – either in your garden or whilst out enjoying your daily exercise.
In addition to the adult categories, there is also a juniors category for those aged 17 or under – a great excuse for a family photography session, and a fun activity for children to take part in.
We’re looking forward to seeing your entries, whether it’s a photograph that’s been taken on a smartphone, compact camera or SLR.
To find out more about the categories and how to enter, head to www.gloucestershirewildlifetrust.co.uk/photocomp Entries close at midnight on 31 July 2020
Sent in by a Stinchcombe resident.
What a difference a month during lockdown makes!
Fiona Crocker is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Christian Aid Quiz Invite for all
The May edition of the Magazine is available electronically to download.
Despite the limitations brought about by Covid 19, the Smashing the Menopause Support Group has officially landed!
Six of us, all at different stages of the menopause and all with very different experiences of it, met for the first time yesterday evening via Zoom. Although nicer to have been able to meet in person, the hour and a half spent together over the internet was great and we’ve decided to meet monthly from now on.
If there’s anyone else out there who’d value a confidential and supportive space in which to off-load, learn and laugh about the menopause, you’re more than welcome to join us. Just contact Chris at firstname.lastname@example.org and you’ll be included in next month’s Zoom invitation.
Stay well; stay safe.