The Secretary Says …


Tomorrow night is a very important night for our camera club. As is normal, committee members are elected by you the members at the AGM. You are aware, due to Austin’s continuous reminders, that there are still some vacancies in the panel of proposed.

While a number of members have continuously given of their time on the various positions, it is unrealistic to imagine that the same names are the only ones that can go forward. I have seen many members with bright imagination and energy to contribute to the club, but have as yet not considered going forward. A club like ours needs the support of all its members, and will grow if we have a healthy and vibrant leadership. We have excelled in our short existence, maybe not always at the national competition stage, but we have a club which has shown it can match any club in terms of exhibitions, projects and more. Now is the time to think of where we go next. What kind of club do members want. 

I have no doubt that many of you members can add to this rich tradition in ways that we haven’t even thought of so far. if you are interested in helping the club why not consider putting your name in the hat? Hyundai has told you “Change is good” so it must be.

The AGM starts at  8:00pm


1. Minutes of AGM 2016

2. Matters arising

3. Chairman’s Address

4. Treasurer’s Report

5. Election of officers




    Competition Secretary

    Ordinary members X 3

6. AOB.



Michael Russell

Club secretary.

Just a quick reminder to have your entries for the 3rd round of our league. Theme MACRO Print Colour, + Mono of your own choice.

Following entry of the league we will have a chance to discuss the Personal Photography Project (PPP).

Also may I take the opportunity to remind members to pay particular attention to the proposal forms for the election of officers for our incoming committee. Remember this is your club. Who do you ant to represent you.




Club secretary.

Members you may be interested in the upcoming talk given by Doug Allen in Visual 11th November 8:00pm.

"Wildlife cameramen don't come much more special than Doug."  Sir David Attenborough

"Big Animals are my passion." That's how multi-award winning cameraman, Doug Allan (Blue Planet, Planet Earth, Ocean Giants, Wild Cameraman at Work) introduces his new show – In the Company of Giants. What's it like to face a hungry polar bear and its cubs as they emerge from their den? Or to swim eye to eye with an enormous Southern Right Whale? How do you look for killer whales in vast reaches of the seas around Antarctica?

Join Doug for an unforgettable evening of extraordinary animal adventures and unique wildlife film footage. Ask Doug questions about his encounters and travels, and discover what it's like to be up close and personal with nature's biggest creatures.

Click on the link below to view for booking

Mike the secretary.