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The idea is simple. Anyone who wants to take part meets at Deepcut Cafe on Saturday 29th November at 10am. If like me you want to have some breakfast before we set off then get there earlier.
We will walk from Deepcut, along the canal to the Canal Centre in Mytchett and take photo’s along the way. Ill ask everyone taking part to email me what they consider to be their best shots from the walk which will be published on this blog.
You don’t have to be a pro photographer and you can take your images on whatever device you like. All the images below were taken on my iPhone which I use for almost all of my commercial photography.
Image editing is positively encouraged and I will happily share some pro #MobileCreative editing tips during the walk.
This is an informal meet so if you take part, you are responsible for your own safety. Essentially I am going on a walk to take photo’s and you are welcome to join me. The route is muddy so I would recommend good footwear. Feel free to bring your children and dogs but you are responsible for them.
If the weather is not great, I will publish a blog here on the morning of the meet to cancel so keep an eye on here and my twitter @PaulDeach for updates.
All the below images were taken this morning on my iPhone on the Heathland and published on my Instagram @deachy. We are surrounded by incredible natural beauty and I hope we can capture some of that on our walk. It should be a lot of fun.
The vinnie pack is a pack with cold weather items for rough sleepers and it includes toiletries, hat, gloves, socks and a thermal blanket.
This superb photo set by Aan Meeks, Mike Hillman and John Wade from the Windlesham and Camberley Camera Club
Four weeks after announcing the arrival of Fix Auto Chessington, family-owned Deepcut Garage has become a latest member of the network and will operate as Fix Auto Deepcut.
Significantly, this fresh appointment takes the number of Fix Auto vehicle repair sites in and around the capital to 19 and takes the network’s 2014 tally to 13.
Headed by Managing Director Steve Knight, the business which is also a Bosch service centre, comprises 15 work bays, two spraybooths, one of which has the capabilities of accommodating two vehicles simultaneously, and is PAS 125 accredited.
Currently repairing up to 160 vehicles a month, Fix Auto Deepcut has been a Volvo Approved repairer for more than a decade and also holds insurer approval statuses for Axa and Aviva.
Collectively, along with two sister Bosch service centres in nearby Mytchett and Lightwater, the business employs 40 people and was founded by Mr Knight’s parents, Brian and Brenda, during the early 1970’s.
Mr Knight said: “Thanks to the support and dedication of my team, we have been operating successfully for years, but like any businessman I have ambitions to further develop the business and I realise that, if I am to succeed, the business has to be taken to a whole new level. I believe Fix Auto UK will bring that level of professionalism, expertise and guidance I need to succeed in driving the business forward.”
He added: “I believe the days of the small independent repairer are diminishing. Being part of a network of like-minded businesses is the future and I am just delighted to finally now be part of arguably the best vehicle repair network in the UK.”
Ian Pugh, Fix Auto UK’s Managing Director, said: “Welcoming a new franchise on board is always a delight, but I have a special fondness for Fix Auto Deepcut; it was one of my regular haunts while I was treading the boards as an insurance engineer. I have a huge amount of respect for the Knight family. Once again, I firmly believe this is going to be another exciting partnership.”