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  1. Come along to a free workshop session ‘Introduction to Digital Photography’ today at Willenhall Library, Coventry with photographer Paul J Horton (http://www.pauljhorton.co.uk).

    You can either just come along to one of the sessions or book your place online http://willenhallcoventry.eventbrite.co.uk

    * Session 1: 11-1 pm
    * Session 2: 2-4 pm

    Location: Willenhall Library, CV3 3DP Coventry
    The workshops are supported by Coventry City Council.
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    Paul is a photographer based in the Midlands. He is currently working on ‘The Feet of the West Midlands’ – a project supported by Arts Council England and Coventry City Council. The photography workshops are part of this larger art project. Visit the ‘Feet of the West Midlands’ site: http://www.feetwm.co.uk

  2. Coventry to be a Hub for a New Form of Cricket :

    Last Man Stands is cricket’s equivalent of five-a-side football (although LMS is actually eight-a-side).

    It’s a game aimed at those who haven’t played for a while, but are looking to get back into cricket on a casual basis. It’s also open to club cricketers, or complete beginners.
    The matches are only two hours long and everything is done at breakneck speed. Innings are limited to 20 overs. Because there are only eight players on each team, it doesn’t really matter how good or bad you or your opposition are as everyone will play a role.

    The matches are played on normal cricket pitches with all the usual gear, although players do get to wear brightly-coloured shirts. To speed up proceedings, the fielding side bowls ten overs straight from one end before switching for the final ten.

    If you’re really lucky you could even find yourself winning the game single-handedly, as the last man standing (hence the name) bats by themselves when the 7th wicket falls. To truly win in style, sixes off the last ball of an innings count for double.

    The format is basic and hugely popular. LMS is an international game, with over 50 000 players worldwide and over 35 leagues in England alone.

    Across Warwickshire, Coventry will be the main hub for LMS games in 2013, with games being played at different venues, such as Coventry University’s Westwood Heath and at Copeswood Social Club.

    Registration is open for teams this year at http://www.lastmanstands.com/playcricketwarwickshire

    Any team can enter into the World Championships, which will be held in London where teams from all over the world will compete for the £10 000 prize!

    Anymore interested or wanting to know more, can email the League Manager, Matt Abbott on warwickshire@lastmanstands.co.uk, for more information.

    Matt Abbott

    07846 510139
    warwickshire@lastmanstands.co.uk
    http://www.lastmanstands.co.uk
    http://www.twitter.com/LMSWarwickshire
    http://www.facebook.com/LMSWarwickshire

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