The NWPA Executive Committee approved the proposal to honour members for exceptional and/or long service. Since then our Secretary, Terry Mills has worked hard to co-ordinate the nominations and at the Executive Meeting on Sunday 3rd March the first presentations were made by our President, Andy Polakowski,

Frank Barber being awarded his HonNWPA by the Prsidient Andy Polakowski

Peter Carlyon being awarded his HonNWPA by the Prsidient Andy Polakowski

Peter Carlyon of the Llandudno Photographic Society has been providing technical expertise for many years for the NWPA
and his own club in an efficient and pleasant manner which goes unseen but is vital to the smooth running of events.

 

Tom Dodd being awarded his HonNWPA by the Vice President Ian O'Neill

Morris Jones being awarded his HonNWPA by the Vice President Ian O'Neill

Christine Langford being awarded his HonNWPA by the Prsidient Andy Polakowski

Andy Polakowski being awarded his HonNWPA by the past-President, AE Dave Jones

Paul was a member in the early 1970’s of Hawarden Institute Camera Club. In 1977 he was appointed Secretary of the
club, a post which he held until the formation of the Hawarden Photographic Society in 2011 – a total of 34 years. In
2011 he was appointed again, as Club Secretary for Hawarden Photographic Society, a position he holds to this day,
making a total of 42 years of unbroken service as a Photographic Club Secretary.


David Kay became a member of the Hawarden Institute Camera Club in the early 1970s and was made Club Treasurer in
1978, a position that he held until 2011 and continued to hold when the Hawarden Photographic Society was formed,
making a total of 41 years of unbroken service as a Photographic Club Treasurer.

Emyr Roberts being awarded his HonNWPA by the Prsidient Andy Polakowski

John Roberts being awarded his HonNWPA by the Vice President Ian O'Neill