Plea for missing camera with band gig pictures
A MISSING camera containing invaluable photos of a band s 20th anniversary gig is being sought by its owner. Belinda Barton believes she lost the camera in the Marshalswick/Jersey Farm area of St Albans after driving a couple of guests back from the Bl
A MISSING camera containing invaluable photos of a band's 20th anniversary gig is being sought by its owner.
Belinda Barton believes she lost the camera in the Marshalswick/Jersey Farm area of St Albans after driving a couple of guests back from the Blues Blah Brothers 20th anniversary gig in Hemel Hempstead on Friday night.
She was bringing them back to Field Close and thinks her camera must have fallen out of the car.
She said: "I would like to get the pictures back as the band members are personal friends of mine and the occasion was a special one for all of us. I had hoped to send the pictures to my best friend in Australia who used to come and see the band with me 20 years ago."
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Belinda can be contacted on 07986 200 953 if anyone has found it.
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