hay camera club programme of events

coronavirus

Because of the Coronavirus threat all meetings of the Club have been suspended until further notice. However, members continue to discuss Club business and exchange information, images and advice using a variety of methods, including video conferencing. We have now improvised a regular "lockdown" programme of online sessions using free, proprietary software for the next few months, as detailed below. If you are considering joining the Club and would like to take part in one of these sessions, please contact us. We shall resume our normal programme as soon as it is safe to do so. 

This restricted online programme will continue to be developed further into the New Year depending on the Government health advice received.

lockdown programme

2021

Tuesday 22nd June 2021Login from 1915 for 1930 start

John Gravett

A Lakeland Perspective.

John specialises in landscape, commercial and editorial photography..

Tuesday 29th June 2021 - Login from 1900 for 1915 start

Special General Meeting, followed by a presentation by Club member Tony Blaiklock on "Dolpo, the hidden Himalaya." Please check your email for details of the SGM or see the members' Facebook page.

Tuesday 6th July to Tuesday 31st August 2021 - SUMMER RECESS

Our Club meetings are normally held every Tuesday evening between 7:30pm and 9:30pm in the Masonic Hall, Brecon Road (B4350), Hay on Wye, HR3 5DY (see directions below). We normally take a break from meetings in July and August, but may take the opportunity to arrange practical sessions and outings instead if the weather permits. 

New members are always very welcome to come along and observe a meeting before joining. The programme below will give you a feel for the scope of our meetings and the variety of speakers and competitions we organise during the year. If you have other questions please contact us.

DIRECTIONS: Leaving the centre of Hay heading West on the B4350 and passing the Swan Hotel (on the right-hand side), the road curves to the right. The Masonic Hall is some 200 yards further on, set back on the right. There is a free car park almost opposite, adjacent to the tennis courts and Bowls Club.