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Wildlife photo exhibition launches in aid of HCF

On Tuesday 22 September an online photography exhibition, Herts in Focus, will officially launch. Featuring 60 photographs, the exhibition is in aid of HCF and is a celebration of our county’s beautiful wildlife.
Originally planned as an in-person event, the online exhibition is a collaboration of 11 local talented photographers and has been kindly co-ordinated by HCF Ambassador Henrietta Buxton. With the physical event no longer able to go ahead we would like to ask you to please help us to spread the word to your contacts to help make the exhibition as successful as possible.

A4 photographic prints in an A3 frame will be available to purchase for £60 from the Herts in Focus website, with all proceeds being donated to HCF to help support Hertfordshire’s grassroots charities.

You can help to make the exhibition a success in a number of ways:

  • Share the Herts in Focus posts on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. @HertsinFocus will be posting two new photos each day on each social media platform alongside a story about each photograph.

  • Invite your friends and family to visit the Herts in Focus website and encourage them to purchase a print. They will make a lovely Christmas gift!

  • Invite friends and family to make a donation directly to HCF in lieu of purchasing a print. Donations can be made via our JustGiving page, by bank transfer to Account Number 28592379, Sort Code 60-10-39 or by sending a cheque made payable to ‘Hertfordshire Community Foundation’ to HCF, Foundation House, 2-4 Forum Place, Fiddlebridge Road, Hatfield AL10 0RN



We are so grateful to Henrietta and everyone involved in putting this exhibition together. The photography is simply stunning and we hope that many will be inspired to support the exhibition whilst also helping HCF to continue to help some of Hertfordshire’s most vulnerable residents.

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