The WPF finished fairly low down in the order but WPF club members we did achieve some individual successes. The overall results can be seen here. Further details can be found in this edition of PAGB e-news.
Full WPF scores can be seen below:-
Three WPF workers will have mono prints in the exhibition. They are:-
Gillian Mackay (Tenby) – The Last Tram
Leigh Woolford (Gwynfa) – The White Hut
Nick Craddock (The Vale) – London Experience
Three WPF workers will have colour prints in the exhibition. They are:-
Gareth Martin (Afan Nedd) – In Need of a Wash
Gillian Mackay (Tenby) – Looking Out
Jenny Hibbert (Bridgend) – Water Vole About To Enter Water
Two WPF workers will have Open PDIs in the exhibition. They are:-
Dave Lewis (Tenby) – Catch Me If You Can
Gwynfryn Jones (Gwynfa) – Mean Street
Four WPF workers will have Nature PDIs in the exhibition. They are:-
Dave Rees (Western Valley) – Crested Tit
Dave Edwards (Neath) – Lynx on the Skyline
Neil Thomas (Afan Nedd) – Cukoo with Caterpillar
Phil Morgan (Inn Focus) achieved a PDIs Judge’s Award for:- Red Throated Diver.
Congratulations to them all.
You will be able to see the Exhibition in Maesteg Library during October so don’t forget to go along and enjoy the style and quality of prints that make the exhibition the Best of British! (More details of the exhibition will appear here in due course).
I want to thank everybody for the use of their images and to thank all those from the executive that helped me in selecting the work to put forward and packing & labelling the prints for Peter to transport to England!