• Getting in a Dig

    Manor Road Allotments Society in Haverhill Suffolk have just been handed over the keys to run their own allotments from St Edmundsbury Borough Council.

    The Council asked me to go along and get a few shots of the handover and try and wrangle some free veg!

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  • The Big Lunch

    The Big Lunch is a nationwide initiative to get communities closer together by organising street parties and having fun with their neighbours.

    I was asked again this year by Golley Slater, an agency in London to visit a road in Brentwood, Essex.

    Pennies Big Lunch was in full swing in Doddinghurst Road, great food, hot weather and even a resident band ensured a good time was had by all.

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  • Haverhill Suffolk

    St Edmundsbury Borough Council asked me to produce a series of stock shots of the market town Haverhill in Suffolk which borders Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Essex.

    It's an honest friendly town, slap bang between Cambridge and Bury St Edmunds, i like it but then i'm biased as i live there.

    A great feature is the old railway walk which runs across the whole town, well used by joggers, cyclists, walkers and families alike.

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  • Edward Jenner

    Edward Jenner, Mmmm Have you heard of him...........nor me! he was in fact the pioneer of the smallpox vaccine.

    I was asked by the NHS Health Education East of England Leadership Academy to document the launch of the Edward Jenner Programme, an interactive aid to help healthcare professionals in their working life.

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  • Health for Haverhill

    I was asked by the NHS (West Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group) to document an important consultation between the WSCCG and local people from Haverhill Suffolk to forge a way forward in bringing the healthcare into the market town that local people really want.

    It was a lively debate with some forthright views about the towns current lack of medical facilities.

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