Wednesday 26 July, the old abattoir before demolition, Castle Ings Road, access from 6.30pm. Disclaimer emailed to members to be signed before access allowed. Allow extra time as no parking at hand.

About

A SPECIAL YEAR FOR LOCAL PHOTOGRAPHERS

The year 1966 was a winner for England and we like to think it was a good one for Knaresborough, too, for that was the year the North Yorkshire town's camera club was formed.

The use of models helps
members learn indoor light
and portrait
capturing techniques.
Over the decades since then, we have embraced new tools and techniques to ensure that we stay ahead of the game.

The emphasis is on providing a friendly, relaxed environment in which members and guests can learn by sharing their experiences.

Our indoor programme features guest speakers who are able to provide fascinating insights into their chosen fields. We cover the gamut of subjects: landscape, portraiture, travel, wildlife and other specialisms and  members often comment on how their photography is benefiting from being part of our group.

We meet on Wednesdays. During the indoors season (September through to April), we meet at 7.45pm at the Chain Lane Community Centre, Knaresborough, North Yorkshire HG5 0AS and during the outdoor season (late April through to August), we can be seen at various locations around the area on shoots.

Outdoor shoot ... a summer programme evening
at a local church. Photo by Sue Evison.
Officers and committee are elected each year.

Chairman: Richard Bryant
Secretary: TBC
Treasurer: Graeme Glass
Competition secretaries: Mike Morley; Andrew Munden.
Committee: Alan Pounder, Andrew Munden, Phil Robbins, Mervin Straughan.