Attentive readers of this website will know that Hugo Healy, seen above in his garden at Oldwood, recently took a set of aerial photographs of Fulking Fair. But he is now much better known for winning the Agora Images #Aerial2019 competition and, as a result, having his work feature in both The Sun and The Mail in the last couple of days (make sure to check both links as they feature slightly different sets of photos). More of his work can be viewed on Instagram @hugohealy and you can reach him by email if you are interested in obtaining prints.
In 2020, Holy Trinity Church is celebrating 650 years of worship in our beautiful village, and we are kicking off the year with a Downlands calendar. We are inviting you to submit photographs of the surrounding area to use in the calendar. Here are the requirements for entry:
- 9×6 landscape photographs, not mounted, no border, and with a matt finish.
- As you are passing us the copyright for publication, all photos must be taken by the photographer.
- Photos can have images of livestock, but not children.
Entries should be posted to Orchard Cottage, Dyke Lane, Poynings by Friday 2nd August. The winners will be required to send in a JPEG file within 24 hours of being notified.
*And surrounding villages.
Fulking resident Jen Green is exhibiting her watercolours, linocuts and mosaic mirrors in Ditchling as part of the Brighton Open Houses scheme. The exhibition is at 15 High Street and is open 11:00am–5:00pm on weekends and bank holidays in May.
David Plummer is one of the UK’s best known wild-life photographers. He lives in Small Dole and those who live locally get the benefit of his open garden/exhibition events, his talks, his courses at Woods Mill, and his competition judging. If you don’t live locally, then you can hope to catch him on the television or, better, buy a copy of his recent book.