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North Norfolk Photographic Society celebrates victory in the Cambridge Interclub Digital Competition

PUBLISHED: 13:40 27 January 2018 | UPDATED: 14:21 27 January 2018

The North Norfolk Photographic Society contingent at the Cambridge Digital Interclub competition. From left, Lizzie Wallis, Paul Richards, Malcolm English, Liz Akers and Nick Akers.  Picture: Barry Badcock

The North Norfolk Photographic Society contingent at the Cambridge Digital Interclub competition. From left, Lizzie Wallis, Paul Richards, Malcolm English, Liz Akers and Nick Akers. Picture: Barry Badcock

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Photographers from the North Norfolk Photographic Society have shown they are a cut above the rest by winning a regional competition against 36 other clubs.

President of the Cambridge Digital Interclub, Chris Fell, left, presents a winner’s trophy to North Norfolk Photographic Society chairman, Malcolm English. Picture:  Barry BadcockPresident of the Cambridge Digital Interclub, Chris Fell, left, presents a winner’s trophy to North Norfolk Photographic Society chairman, Malcolm English. Picture: Barry Badcock

The victory in the Cambridge Interclub Digital Competition is the third time the society’s members have come out winners in recent months. Chris Fell, the president of the Cambridge club, presented the winner’s trophy to the society’s chairman, Malcolm English.

A spokesman said: “The standard was as ever very high but North Norfolk PS came first with 95 out of 100 points.

“Bishop’s Stortford were 2nd with 94 points and there was a tie for third place between Wayland, Saffron Walden and Ipswich - all with 92 points.”

In November, the society won a competition against nine camera clubs in the Fens, and the following month they won another contest against two local clubs. The competition was judged by David Gibbins.

David Gibbins, who judged the Cambridge Digital Interclub competition. Picture: Barry BadcockDavid Gibbins, who judged the Cambridge Digital Interclub competition. Picture: Barry Badcock

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