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Wellington and District Camera Club is a well-established club with around 45 members. We meet on Wednesday evenings from 7:30 - 9:30pm in the upstairs lecture theatre in the New Science Block, Wellington School, from September to April.

At meetings we have in-house competitions, guest speakers from the photographic world, practical photography sessions, travelling exhibitions, talks from our own members and battles with local camera clubs. There are also events during the summer, including trips to places with photographic potential. We have meetings with other local camera clubs and participate in various events in and around our town.

While we take our photography seriously, we never forget that it should also be fun and we pride ourselves on our friendly and informal atmosphere. New members are always very welcome - just come along to any club night. Our members range from those who simply enjoy looking at photographs, to those thinking of buying a camera, to very experienced and well travelled photographers. And it doesn't matter what you use to take photos - anything from mobile phones to top range DSLRs is fine. Advice is freely given to all club members; we try to remember that even experts were beginners once and help is always available.

We are affiliated to the Western Counties Photographic Federation, (WCPF), the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain (PAGB) and to Wellington Arts Association, (W.A.A.).

If you'd like more information, see the Contact Us page.

Next Meeting

Wednesday 16 October 7:30pm.

In House Battle

An evening of irreverent fun as teams try to better each others’ pictures. Please bring several pictures on a wide variety of subjects - preferably mounted.

Upcoming.....

Round the World and Back Again

by Tommy Hatwell

7:30 pm Wednesday 6th November

Alan Rogers Building
South St, Wellington

Travel and portrait photographer Tommy tells of his adventures around the remoter areas of the world, sharing special moments along the way.

This is our annual invitation meeting, open to all our members, members of other clubs and the general public.

Admission by ticket £5, available in advance or on the door.

Contact Us to order tickets or for more information.