October 2019
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PAGB Inter-Fed Exhibition in Maesteg

The 15 Federations that form the PAGB (Photographic Alliance of Great Britain) – including us, the WPF (Welsh Photographic Federation) take part in an Annual Competition where each Federation can enter up to 30 pieces of work in 4 sections, Colour and Mono Print together with Nature and Open PDIs making a possible total of 1,800 images.

This Exhibition displays the best 150 prints and 150 PDIs selected by the 3 Judges so must truly be the Best of Current British Photography for 2018 – which will show the standards and styles of images that have achieved this accolade – this should provide inspiration and ideas to Amateur Photographers throughout the regions.

It will be displayed, as normal, throughout October and once again we are grateful to the Maesteg Library for hosting our event this year, the Library is not open full time throughout this period so you need to apply particular attention to the dates and times below: –


The Library is closed every Monday and Sunday so don’t travel then!

Tuesdays it is open from 1.00 pm until 7.00 pm.
Wednesdays it is open from 9.00 am until 5.00 pm.
Thursdays it is open from 9.00am until 7.00 pm.
Fridays it is open from 1.00 pm until 5.00 pm – apart from Friday 5th October.
Saturdays it is open from 9.30 am until 5.00 pm.

And if you want to volunteer for stewarding and spending some time in the Exhibition talking to the locals about the photographs and our hobby and giving them links to the WPF and PAGB website maybe more people will consider joining our Clubs.

We were originally thinking of having a formal opening on the 6th October, but unfortunately there is a PAGB Executive meeting in London that weekend so we will try and arrange that for the 13th October – We will confirm later.

Location:- Maesteg Library has two properties the one you require is in the Tesco Superstore car park off Castle Street, Maesteg – the official Postcode is CF34 9DS but on Google Maps that takes you elsewhere to Llynfi Street – so try putting Castle Street in your Sat Nav – or asking a local.

If you want to volunteer, have any queries or in fact are not a WPF Club Secretary any longer please contact me as below, or the WPF Secretary Martin Nagle at

Please could you pass this on to your Club members.

Roy Thomas
PAGB Exec. Member/CELO for the WPF

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