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Professional Photoshoot

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PowPow Photoshoot

Following the success of our pet photography session last year in aid of
The Dignity & Hope Foundation, Cambodia,
professional photographer Terry Lee of PowPow Pictures has offered to run another session, this time for anyone ... men, women, children, and/or pets!

Please have a look at the detail on the flier shown on this page and get in touch if you want to book a slot.

The cost of the sitting and one print is £30 (worth £130).

Extra jpegs plus framed prints will also be on offer.

Please do pass this information to friends too. It's a chance to get a professional portrait taken for a fraction of the cost, while simultaneously helping vulnerable children in Cambodia.

For further details. contact Sally Corfe on 07890 654961 or Email: corfes@homecall.co.uk

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