Gordon Jenkins was awarded the J. S. Lancaster Medal at the PAGB AGM at the weekend in recognition for his exceptional service to the PAGB over many years.
The Award, instituted in 1998, is named after the person who proposed the formation of the PAGB and was the secretary from the founding of the PAGB in 1930 to 1946.
Gordon has been involved in club photography for over 40 years and has served as President of Chorley PS, the L&CPU and currently the PAGB President. His passion and commitment to furthering photography at a local and national level is a credit to him and this award recognises his dedication over the all these years.
Gordon is only the 34th recipient of this honour and joins three others on the Hon PAGB Roll of Honour from the L&CPU.
Our hearty congratulations go to our Gordon, an honour well deserved.