We welcome new members, and membership details are as below.
If you need any further information please use the 'Contact Us' link at the top of the page.
Annual membership costs £15.00 per year. You also pay £2.50 each club night you attend at the school. Membership is renewed in January but of course you can join at any time.
Guests are always welcome and your first visit is totally free, after which you are welcome to join and pay the appropriate fee which will be reduced if we're half way through our year.
We welcome junior members, and for any junior who wants to try us out, we offer free membership for 6 months to anyone under 16. The normal £2.50 attendance fee would need to be paid, and the junior would need to be accompanied by a responsible adult, who would not need to pay anything.
We meet at St Lawrence School, Lower Church Road, Skellingthorpe at 7.30 pm on the second Tuesday of each month - including during school holidays. We try to finish by 9.30 pm but there are always some people who just don't want to go home! Occasionally, we may have an 'out and about' evening, check our diary for details.
The main hall we use has plenty of space for our 'practicals' and we are able to use the school's large digital screen for photo review and audio visual shows. We also use the large playground at the rear of the school for car parking.
The club also owns a studio flash kit complete with backdrops which members can borrow totally free of charge.
We take a comfort break half way through our meetings when we also take the time to vote on competition entries. Each month, members may submit up to two images (edited, enhanced or straight from your camera) maximum size 7 in by 5 in, on a set theme.
For more information on these and general club night activity, go to the Club Diary tab at the top of this page.
There are no prizes for monthly winners but at the January meeting each year a 'Photo of the Year' is chosen by members from the previous year's monthly winners.
Our membership includes men and women, young and not so young; some have small compact cameras, some have bridge cameras, others have large digital SLR's. Some have been taking photos for many years, others have just started but everyone is there to learn, share and have fun and everyone is encouraged to take an active part in their membership which has very few rules.
If you want more information than you can find on this website or you're not sure if membership is for you then contact