Results of the Virtual Exhibition

We are delighted to announce the results of the OMRS Virtual Exhibition.

Members voted for three Member's Choice awards: Best Exhibit; Best Use of Technology in Presenting an Exhibit; and Best Overall Exhibit (combined votes of the best exhibit and best use of technology)

Best Exhibit: Winner    Jim Kemp - The Fateful Night of 16th December 1910. Highly Commended: Chris Bacon - Mystery Bomber, and Meurig Jones - The QSA and other medals.

Best Use of Technology: Winner    David Doorne - Let Not The Deep Swallow Them Up. Highly Commended: Jonathan Smith - British Orders – The Documents, and Meurig Jones - The QSA and other medals.

Best Overall Exhibit: Winner    David Doorne - Let Not The Deep Swallow Them Up. Highly Commended: Jonathan Smith - British Orders – The Documents, Meurig Jones - The QSA and other medals, Chris Bacon - Mystery Bomber and Jim Kemp - The Fateful Night of 16th December 1910.

 

Congratulations to the winners and to those who were highly commended and thank you to everyone who took part.

The exhibition will stay on the website https://omrs.org/members/omrs-virtual-exhibition-2020 for now to enable those who want to review the exhibits in light of the results.