The Society involves itself in a range of publicity activities such as: presentations to interested groups; stands at events; Facebook and web information on our web pages; and publications such as this newsletter. Alongside our aims to encourage new members to join, to appeal to younger generations and to build a sound future for PNFS, being able to call on a selection of appropriate pictures and photos to include in our material becomes increasingly important.
We already have a reasonable store of photos relating to the Society’s work, but would like to expand this archive. If you have photos that you think we could use and are happy to allow us to display them in PNFS publicity activities, we would be very grateful to receive them.
The photos would be employed in many ways. Examples include: on display boards or in presentations, in one of our publications, or on our website or Facebook page.
The content of the photos could be very varied, but ideally relating to the geographical area that PNFS serves. Some examples are:
a view of a particular landscape or habitat
a photo of a species of animal or bird
a view of a footpath or bridleway
a problem that you have found on a footpath or bridleway, especially where there are ‘before’ and ‘after’ photos to provide a good story
a photographic link to a topical news story (e.g. the work to stabilise peat bogs on our upland moors)
If you have any photos that you would be willing to share, please send them to Ian Salvage either by email (firstname.lastname@example.org), or by mail to Taylor House. Many thanks.