LymSoc Talk “The Making of Films of Local Interest” Now Moved to Zoom

The Lymington Society Commitee have now decided that in view of the ongoing Omicron wave of infections, the next meeting in the Social Programme will now take place only on Zoom rather than in person.
With people rightly concerned about the current wave of infections, the switch to Zoom for this event will hopefully allow more members to enjoy what should be an entertaining talk. So pour yourself a glass of wine and join us for this talk on the 17th of Jan at 6.00 pm.
Details of the talk and the Zoom link are set out below together with the rest of the Social Programme for the year ahead. Please feel free to forward this link to friends whom you feel may enjoy the talk and may consider joining the Society.

Kind regards
Don Mackenzie 
Editor. 07860 106120

Monday January 17th 2022 – 6.00 pm
Illustrated Talk by Patrick Kempe.  – On Zoom Only
The Making of Films of Local Interest. 

Patrick has been making films featuring local topics since the 1970 and has produced a large number of fascinating videos on a huge range of topics, as can be seen here. DVD Titles (
His talk which will feature clips from his Video “Lymington – A Fascinating Glimpse into a Historic Town”
Describing his talk Patrick said: 

In a nutshell, it’s about how I started filming in the 1970s, the early equipment and the people I met as well as the different subjects I covered. How I researched Lymington, the filming, the challenges, the funny things that happened and the interesting odd bits I discovered. Support from St. Barbe and so many others. How editing developed through to the finished DVD covers”

Donald Mackenzie is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Lymington Society Zoom Meeting
Time: Jan 17, 2022 06:00 PM London
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 872 4122 9795
Passcode: LymSoc

2 thoughts on “LymSoc Talk “The Making of Films of Local Interest” Now Moved to Zoom

  1. Hi
    Very sorry but I didn’t record the meeting so it’s not available to watch online. Many apologies. Don Mackenzie

  2. Gyneth and I were not able to “attend” last night’s Zoom meeting, and wonder if there is now any way that we might be able to still view the presentation on the internet?
    Thanks and regards, John Campbell.

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