Camera club’s best shots go on display at the Clocktower

Best print image in Croydon Camera Club’s competition – Misty Morning by Jeff Winchurch

Croydon Camera Club’s annual exhibition, Photo 2018, is now on until May 26, open daily (not Sundays) 9.30am – 5.30pm at the Clocktower Café Gallery, beside the Town Hall on Katharine Street.

The Croydon Camera Club meets most Wednesday evenings at Shirley Methodist Church Hall (Eldon Avenue, Shirley, Croydon, CR0 8SD) through most of the year.

The programme includes talks by invited speakers and club members, internal photographic competitions as well as meet-ups and planned photographic outings.

The club caters for members of all abilities and new members are always welcome to join us on a trial basis to see if the Croydon Camera Club is right for them.

For more information about the Croydon Camera Club, check out http://www.croydoncameraclub.org.uk or write to croydoncameraclub@gmail.com


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