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Paul Wilkinson Photography — Annual Open Day

Haddenham based multi award winning photographer, Paul Wilkinson FBIPP FMPA will be opening the door to his fabulous studio on Sunday 24th March from 1pm to 6pm.

Come for a tour of the studio and see Paul's award winning work. This year he will be unveiling a new product, a beautiful aluminium print and there is a chance to win one of these and a family lifestyle shoot worth £1,000.

Studio address: Paul Wilkinson Photography, 6 High Street, Haddenham, Bucks, HP17 8ER

To visit Paul Wilkinson's website, click here

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