Welcome to Worcestershire Camera Club

Worcestershire Camera Club is a friendly club aiming to encourage the enjoyment and practice of photography. We hope our varied programme of talks and events will offer something for everyone to enjoy whether you're a novice just starting out or a qualified professional. Our new season starts in September but, for Club Members, our special interest groups continue during the summer.  Please check the programme for the meeting location.

There's a wealth of information on the website, but if you're new to the club take a look at our weekly club magazine, Photonews for a taste of what we get up to. The Club  meets on Tuesday evenings during the season, September to May, with 4 special interest groups meeting on Thursdays throughout the year. You can find out more about joining the club by visiting this page...

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