Peterborough’s Deputy Mayor, Cllr Keith Sharp was the chief judge in the Clayburn Court photography exhibition on 29 September as part of their Older Persons Day celebrations.  

Mr Sharp visited Clayburn Court to judge the competition which was won by June Warrington, who received a £20 voucher kindly donated by Tesco in Hampton, said: “I was very shocked to win because I’m not a professional photography; I just do it for the enjoyment.

Manager Sheila Fielding said they were honoured that Mr Sharp agreed to judge the competition.

She said: “The entrants into the exhibition had spent a lot of time taking and choosing the perfect photo so were thrilled to have their work judged by the Deputy Mayor

“Sessions like this are a key part of the activities here because meaningful activities boost the residents’ mental and physical well-being as well as being a lot of fun!”

Those in attendance got to view all the photography in the exhibition and enjoy a glass of fizz as well as some delicious homemade canapes 

For more information on Clayburn Court, contact 0800 731 2020.

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