Maldon Town Mayor opens ‘excellent’ exhibition of amateur local photography at the Maeldune Centre

By Ben Shahrabi

22nd Oct 2022 | Local News

The exhibition will be open at the Maeldune Centre, in Maldon High Street, until November 8. (Photos Zoe Harris and Ben Shahrabi)
The exhibition will be open at the Maeldune Centre, in Maldon High Street, until November 8. (Photos Zoe Harris and Ben Shahrabi)

Three amateur photographers have teamed up to exhibit their photos of Maldon at the Maeldune Heritage Centre, officially opened by the Town Mayor last night (October 21).

The talented trio is made up of Anna Gallagher, Jane Langston, and Zoe Harris, who all live in Maldon.

Their exhibition, titled Maldon & More, showcases photographic prints portraying "the unique and captivating beauty" of the town and the surrounding area.

It will be open from Tuesday to Saturday, from 11am until 4pm, until November 8.

Maldon Town Mayor, Councillor Andrew Lay, told Nub News it was 'an honour' to open the event.

He said: "This is an excellent exhibition by three talented photographers from Maldon Camera Club.

"There are some magnificent and different photos of the town, wildlife and beyond.

"Congratulations to Zoe, Jane, and Anna. I urge residents to visit the exhibition this week."

A look inside the new exhibition. (Photo: Zoe Harris)

Maldon & More features familiar local scenes, along with more creative images inspired by the natural world around us - both close to home and further afield.

For visitors hoping to take some of these works home with them, framed and unframed limited-edition prints will be available to purchase from the shop at the Centre.

The Maeldune Heritage Centre, in Maldon High Street, also offers talks on the Maldon Embroidery, local history, a Visitor Information Desk, Maldon Society photographs, video archives, and more.

Read more:

     

New maldon Jobs Section Launched!!
Vacancies updated hourly!!
Click here: maldon jobs

Share:

Related Articles

Cllrs Aidan McGurran and Louise McKinlay have differing views on cash plea
Local News

Councillors in clash following condemnation of Tory ' brass-necked' cash plea

Jo [left] and Karen [right] opened the hairdressers in 1994 while in their 20s. (Photos: Edwards Walk/ Gabrielle White)
Local News

Maldon's Aesthetics Hair celebrates 30th anniversary

Sign-Up for our FREE Newsletter

We want to provide Maldon with more and more clickbait-free local news.
To do that, we need a loyal newsletter following.
Help us survive and sign up to our FREE weekly newsletter.

Already subscribed? Thank you. Just press X or click here.
We won't pass your details on to anyone else.
By clicking the Subscribe button you agree to our Privacy Policy.