A Fresh Look at Wedding Photography
|Chris Taylor, a resident of Sheringham for over 30 years and crewman on
the towns lifeboat has recently graduated from the Barrett and Coe school of
photography with flying colours.
Chris has been involved in social photography
since 1994 and recently launched his own business specialising in weddings and portraits.
Chris Taylor Photography offers a fresh look at Wedding and Portrait photography,
capturing crisp, fun and evocative images through a combination of traditional skills and
the latest in digital technology.
||Chris received extensive training and experience on the Barrett and Coe course and was
personally trained by Brian Barrett ABIPP, AMPA and Andrew Coe ABIPP, AMPA. Andrew and
Brian are acknowledged as two of the countrys leading wedding/portrait
|both having won the Agfa portrait photographer of the year and over 200
regional, national and international awards between them.
Whether you are
planning for your special day or would like a beautiful collection of portraits of your
family, Chris offers a friendly, flexible and professional service.
To celebrate the launch of Chris Taylor Photography, Chris is offering 10% off the
price of his wedding selections throughout 2005.
Call Chris on 07941009745 for a brochure and pricelist or visit his website at www.christaylorphoto.co.uk
|Iain Dale Welcomes Announcement of Conservative Plans to
Boost Pension Provision and Cut Tax to Increase Savings. Iain Dale, Conservative
Candidate for North Norfolk, welcomed today the announcement by Shadow Chancellor Oliver
Letwin of a bold set of new policies that will encourage people in North Norfolk and
across Britain to save more for their future needs. The Conservative Party has
announced six initiatives that will form the policy of a future Conservative Government.
i.Abolishing Gordon Browns £5 billion a year tax on pension funds
ii.Introduction of a Lifetime Savings Account using matching contributions from the
iii.Increasing the tax-free annual limits for Isas.
iv.Greater flexibility for those saving through Isas.
v.Cutting the basic rate of income tax on savings income.
vi.Tax credits to encourage employers to make pension contributions and arrange for
workers to receive financial advice.
The move comes at a time when independent commentators, such as the National Association
of Pension Funds, are warning that private and state pension provision is being ruined by
the policies of the Labour Government. Even Work and Pensions Secretary Alan Johnson has
admitted that: Labours mean tested benefits are a disincentive to save for old
age. The Conservative Party has pledged to abolish all means testing. The
announcement also comes at a time when all those in the public sector teachers,
doctors, nurses, fire-fighters, police and all levels of the civil service - are facing
the abolition of their existing pension schemes and are facing the prospect of being
forced to work for more years with less pension at the end of their time in work.
Iain Dale said: These policies represent positive and concrete plans to help
restore the savings culture that has been demolished in recent times. These plans are a
positive and constructive way forward and will help to restore full and proper pension
provision for all. More than 38% of people in North Norfolk are of pensionable age and
these announcements represent a ray of hope for them and all those who are planning their
savings and pensions for the future. Oliver Letwin said: The tax system
should encourage people to save for the future not penalise it.