Fred Kelly of Reading Camera Club was presented by President Peter Rocchiccioli with a Roll of Honour certificate. 

Fred joined the club some 30 years ago, and was the club’s Federation Rep for at least 20 years. He helped the club to gain Lottery funding, served on the Committee, and was assistant Competition Secretary for many years; and very importantly he also controlled the tea rota!  

A well deserved honour.

Earlier in the year President Peter Rocchiccioli was pleased to present Roll of Honour awards to Basil Groundsell and Wendy Collens of Farnborough C.C.

Basil Groundsell  DPAGB

Basil has been a stalwart member of the club for over 13 years. For the majority of that time Basil has served the club on the committee with roles including Chairman, Secretary, SCPF representative and Studio Organiser to name a few.  He is still the member that other members look up to and is always there to lend a hand with his deep technical knowledge. It is members like Basil that keeps clubs like Farnborough going.

Wendy Collens DPAGB BPE2*

Wendy Collens has been a valued member of the club for over 13 years. For ten of those years, until recently, Wendy has served on the committee as Programme Secretary, Event’s organiser and Studio Administrator. It was as Programme Secretary Wendy will be remembered for; a thankless task which Wendy shone and attracted well known keynote speakers such as David Noton and Andy Rouse.  Wendy is still very much an active member whose knowledge and guidance is always sought.

 

Graham Walls of Chichester Camera Club is the latest recipient of the SCPF Roll of Honour. He was recognised for his outstanding contribution to the club since 1974, where as well as being an indispensable member looking after the domestic needs of the club, he is an invaluable help to visitors wanting to photograph the peregrine falcons nesting in Chichester Cathedral.

 

Peter Rocchiccioli President of the SCPF presenting Val Goldsworthy the SCPF Roll Of Honour Certificate in recognition of the hard work she has put into Fareham & Portchester Camera Club.  Val thoroughly deserves recognition for all she has done and continues to do for Fareham & Portchester Camera Club andhas been a loyal supporter of the SCPF. Val is a shining example to Club members, of what Club participation should be about.

 

Leslie Powell received The SCPF Roll of Honour showing appreciation and thanks for his outstanding service over many years to Woolston Camera Club…

Steve Kirkby of Alton Camera Club receives the Roll of Honour at the Club’s Annual dinner…

Barbara Holder CPAGB of Gosport Camera Club receives a Roll of Honour certificate from Tony Oliver.

List of Roll of Honour Recipients since it was instituted in 2004Recipients List

Jeanne Bevis of Chichester Camera Club has recently been awarded the SCPF Roll of honour. Her award was presented by Peter Rocchiccioli.

Peter Rocchiccioli Vice President of the SCPF presenting a framed Certificate to Jeanne Bevis Chichester Camera Club President The SCPF Roll of honour certificate.

Peter Rocchiccioli Vice President of the SCPF presenting a framed Certificate to Jeanne Bevis Chichester Camera Club President The SCPF Roll of honour certificate.

Two long serving members of Viewfinders of Romsey Camera Club were honoured at a recent meeting when Tony Oliver, President of the Southern Counties Photographic Federation (SCPF), presented them with Roll of Honour certificates.
Jean Russell was a committee member for many years and a founder member of the small group of club members that take audio-visual shows to residential homes in Romsey on a weekly basis throughout the winter months. Jean is still part of this group, prepares the kitchen for refreshments at club nights each week and continues to do her part for the club, working quietly away in the background.
George Marsh has been a member of Viewfinders for many years, serving on the committee, running the club’s exhibition at Stockbridge, hosting the summer barbecue for the last 26 years, as well as helping various members with their photography. George has been at the core of the club, quietly helping and leading others to improve their photography. He is well thought of and respected by all members old and new.

Jean Russell and George Marsh receive their rolls of honour from Tony Oliver.

Jean Russell and George Marsh receive their rolls of honour from Tony Oliver.