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Ipswich's Broomhill Lido Celebrated In Photo Exhibition

Saturday 30 December 2017

 

From BBC News Suffolk:

 

Broomhill Lido
Broomhill Lido
(Photo: Deborah Norwood)
 

Ipswich's Broomhill lido celebrated in photo exhibition

The derelict lido in Ipswich, which has won a £3.4m grant to help it reopen, is part of an exhibition.

29 December 2017
Copyright © 2017 BBC

University of Suffolk student Deborah Norwood, from Fakenham, Norfolk, originally planned to theme her pictures of fairytales at the site of a ruined building, but when when she visited Broomhill pool she "saw the beauty of it" and decided the make it the main subject of her photographic collection.

Deborah, 28, first got interested in photography while she was was unwell due to chronic fatigue syndrome. Her granddad bought her a digital camera on her 21st birthday. "He and my nan used to take me out when I was poorly and I would take photographs," she said. "It was something I could do that didn't make me feel even worse. I fell in love with photography."

 

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