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Events & club news

The Club produces a newsletter 'Reflex' three or four times a year which contains both articles from members and the results of internal and external competitions including external matches with other Clubs. Contributions from members are always welcomed by the Editor, Thelma Dulley. To submit your article for inclusion click here


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Greenwood Camera Club Reflex Magazine

The Club has a number of social events including occasional quizzes with proceeds going towards the running of the Club or equipment to help members develop their photography. As well as going out for a post-Christmas meal, the club arranges a number of summer outings between June and August to a range of locations. Recent destinations have included Hastings, Dungeness, London Wetlands Centre, Birdworld, Borde Hill Gardens, Pashley Manor, Kew gardens, RHS Wisley plus others as featured below.

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Reflex - latest edition

Club post-Xmas meal 17th January 2018

Summer outings 2017 (images below)

Broadstairs,18th June

It was a very hot day for our trip down to Broadstairs with just four members making the journey. It took an age to find somewhere to park and we were soon wilting under the sun trying to find somewhere to get  refreshments. The beach was very crowded with people making the most of the sun and there was not a lot of activity around the harbour area. The conditions were not ideal for taking photographs but we managed to take a few shots before deciding to call it a day and the long trip home.  

Jan 2017 meal

Club AGM April 2017

The Club held its annual AGM on 26th April which was followed by the presentation of competition awards. The winners and placings are given on the Competitions page. The Chair's Cup for the most improved photographer was awarded to Richard King at a later date.  

The winners being presented with their awards by Bob Edwards (Chair) plus receiving an award himself from Tony Collins, Hon Member and co-founder of the Club

British Wildlife Centre, Lingfield, 30th July

It proved to be a very good day out with 13 members and friends making the short trip to visit the Centre, which was compact with a wide range of native animals. Staff gave talks every half-hour which made the visit that much more interesting and also give the chance to see the animals being fed for photographs. We managed to keep ourselves refreshed with visits to the cafe inbetween the talks and taking our photographs. A very interesting day was had by all and well worth the visit.

Broadstairs June, 2017

British Wildlife Centre, July 2017

Michelham Priory House & Gardens, 13th August

Another well attended outing on a bright, sunny day this time to Michelham Priory. Therer was an interesting display by Nigel Stenning, the volunteer blacksmith fashioning a small leaf out of steel who was happy to answer questions about his work and the forge. The Priory took us back in to Tudor times with volunteers on hand to give background to life at the time and demonstrate the various artefacts. As usual, a lot of refreshments were consumed plus a chance to feed the ducks. It was a very peaceful and interesting place to visit.

Michelham Priory House & Gardens  August 2017

Best of Year Competitions 13th December 2017 - judge Ian Brash BPE2*

The winners of the Best of Year competitions - Keith Woonton (Prints) and Tony Collins (DPI's) being presented with their awards by Ian Brash.

This year we returned to the Royal Oak, Green St. Green with 18 members attending.  It was a very enjoyable evening and we were well looked after by our waitresses who managed to serve the correct food to everyone, despite the multiple choices ordered and sorting out the individual bills at the end. Everyone seemed to enjoy their food and enjoyed a very good sociable evening.

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Post Xmas meal Janury 2018 - pictures by Bob Edwards

The results of the Best of Year competitions are givren on the Competitions page.