Welcome to our Club
At this time we are following the latest recommendations from the government on social distancing for 12 weeks. Reluctantly that means we have had to cancel all meetings until the end of May. We will resume our meetings when the government guidance changes to allow public gatherings.
In the meantime, we wish good health to you and your family and look forward to seeing you at a meeting soon.
Whether you arrived here by accident or design, you have landed on the website of a not-very-typical photography club.
There are many reasons for this but we don’t, for example, have competitions and there is no “kit snobbery” in the club, so if you have a mobile phone, compact camera, a bridge camera or an SLR, you can be sure of a warm welcome.
By attending our meetings and joining in our activities we’ll help you to understand what all the buttons on your camera are for, improve the quality of the photographs you take, and give you the confidence to experiment with new ideas.
Our aim is to help each other enjoy photography and improve our skills in an informal and supportive way. We are very friendly and sociable too!
We have a full programme of meetings with first class speakers who will inform and entertain you, and a schedule of events throughout the year including field trips which allow you to practice your skills in the company of supportive and like minded photographers of all ability levels.
We have a good mix of men and women members and we welcome anyone over 18 years old – we can accommodate junior members too.
We run training courses and also have “hands on” practical sessions at some of our meetings.
Whether you are a beginner, intermediate or experienced photographer we're confident you'll enjoy yourself.
Why don’t you pop along to one of our meetings soon? Please check the What's On section of our website for up to date information.
We look forward to seeing you.
Every month we conduct a project where club members are encouraged to take photos based on a subject or technique. Entries are submitted as A4 prints at a club meeting where all members vote for their favourite.