It is over 100 years since Tetbury had its first camera club, which was inaugurated in 1910. Things have changed a bit since then although, as we were then, we are still regularly featured in the Tetbury Advertiser.
We do our best to provide a friendly meeting place where camera and photographic enthusiasts can meet to exchange views and ideas, to view photographs taken by others, and to generally improve and extend their knowledge of this fascinating hobby.
If you are thinking of joining us don’t be put off if you are just starting out. Whatever standard you are at and whatever equipment you use, you will find the club very encouraging and useful in developing your skills, and every year we run skills evenings for people who would like to improve or to learn new techniques.
The Club meets most Tuesdays from September to mid-May at the Priory Inn, London Road, Tetbury, at 7.30 pm. Meeting topics are varied – take look at our Programme. You can also take a look at “News and Reviews” to see what is happening in the club. But our activities do not stop with the programme. Thanks to some very active club members we also have photographic trips to a wide range of interesting places, in both Winter and Summer.
Anyone is welcome to join, and we welcome younger members (between the ages of 16 and 18), although because of the times we live in we do have to ask a guardian to be present; we do offer a reduced rate subscription.
If you would like to find out more about us and what we do then why not come along to one or two of our Tuesday evening meetings, or e-mail our chairman.
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