‘Parkstone Matters’ magazine article

November 26, 2013

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Sunrise and mist: pink poppy field and a Dorset church.

The Lower Parkstone Photographic Project features in December’s ‘Parkstone Matters’ magazine, which is out now. The magazine is delivered free to all homes and businesses in the Parkstone area.

Click here to read the article (PDF download).

 

'Parkstone Matters' - December 2013

 

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