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LATEST NEWS, 8/8/20

The new season starts in September. In light of the COVID-19 virus and PAGB advice, virtual meetings will be held over ZOOM until at least Christmas. For this season reduced fees will apply. Any new members wishing to join the club can click the CONTACT US button on the menu bar and a committee member will respond. Guests are also allowed to join individual zoom meetings for the guest fee of £4. More details to follow.

There may be some extra Zoom talks organised over the summer. Keep checking e-mails for details.

Congratulations to Penny & Derek for winning the first lockdown competition held over zoom. Winning images can be seen here

Congratulations to Derek Smith for winning Image of the Year for the second year in a row. The winning image can be seen here.

Congratulations to Doug & Simon for being overall competition winners for the 2019/20 season.
The final league tables are now updated on the leaderboard page

Click here to see photos from last year's prize-giving at the annual dinner,

The Club handbook has now been updated. Click here to view.

Swavesey Camera Club

Welcome to Swavesey Camera Club!
As the President of the club I am delighted to introduce a full programme of talks, workshops, competitions and outings that offers a greater range of activities than almost any other club in the region.

We are always keen to encourage new members to join, and pride ourselves on being a very friendly, welcoming club with activities to suit all abilities. This includes support for less experienced people wanting to improve their camera skills, through to talks and competitions to challenge even the most established photographer.

At the heart of the club is an overall spirit of friendliness and fun, and I hope this helps you to enjoy your photography even more this year.

Richard Harrison
Swavesey Camera Club President

OUTINGS ETC.

Next Club Outing is now postponed until next season


SCC Annual Exhibition - IMPORTANT NEWS

Please note that due to the current coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, the Camera Club Committee has taken the difficult decision to postpone the Annual Exhibition until next year (hopefully April).