About us
Worcestershire AV Group was formed on 29th February 1996 to appeal to those interested in slide-sound sequences.
We welcome beginners, advanced workers and those interested in watching sequences in a friendly club atmosphere.

We meet on the third Wednesday of each month from September to May at …
Wribbenehall Community Centre.
Shaw Hedge Road.
Bewdley.
Worcestershire.
DY12 1EX.
http://goo.gl/maps/DVlBe
Meetings start at 19.45. Free onsite parking and disabled access is very good.

Fees
Membership subscriptions.
£10.00 per annum plus £2.00 door fee for each meeting attended.
Visitors £2.50 per visit.

Complimentary tea / coffee and biscuits are served during the break.

Committee
Chairman … Bill Every. bde315@hotmail.co.uk
Vice Chairman … Rob Day. r.j.day@talktalk.net
Secretary … Carol Bennett.
Treasurer … Barbara Jones.
Programme ... Harry Hunt arriunt@blueyonder.co.uk
Committee members … Dorothy Every, Gill Price, Gordon Nicklin, Ian Bennett.

Rules…
An AGM shall be held towards the end of the groups year to elect a committee for the following year.
Subscriptions shall run from 1st September until 31st August the following year.
Financial accounts shall be presented at the AGM.
Worcestershire AV Group shall not be responsible for individual member infringement of current copyright law.

Competition Rules
All competitions allow two entries from each member but please mark which sequence is your first choice in case we are over subscribed.
Maximum duration for each sequence is 12 Minutes, except for the One Minute which is ... one minute and not a second more. Thank you.
Peter Frampton Competition ...
From the 50 images that are available to members …
At least ten of the images must be used to make up a sequence.
No extra images will be allowed.
Any amount of processing can be made to each image in Photoshop or similar computer program.
No video clips allowed.
Max running time 12 minutes.

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