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Camera donations for St Piers students

The Disabled Photographers Society visited the Lingfield campus on Friday, 13 October to donate 21 Canon cameras to the students at St Piers School and College.

These Canon EOS 3000 cameras will enable each class at St Piers School to have a dedicated Canon as a way to enhance their creativity and photography skills, which is being encouraged through their curriculums. The cameras will also be used by the photography group at St Piers College.

These cameras were presented by the Disabled Photographers Society’s Chairman, Tom Molloy and Secretary, Paul Adams.

The Disabled Photographers Society, formed in 1968, strives by its founding and overriding principle, of helping people with disabilities to continue or even take up photography.

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