Welcome to Barry Camera Club
In the light of the current Covid-19 pandemic and the ensuing advice from the Government, we have decided to cancel events for the rest of the current calendar, including the David Hunt Trophy, the Annual Dinner and the Barrian Cup. Phil’s Wildlife Group events are also suspended. This is all in the interest of minimising the potential risks associated with the spread of the virus in order to keep our Club members safe. We will continue to monitor this in the coming months in the hope that we can resume normal service in September.
Our club is open to anyone of any age with an interest in photography. You don’t even have to live in Barry! We operate all year round, starting a new season in September, with a programme of talks by photographers, monthly competitions and offer advice and encouragement for all levels.
Where Can I Find the Camera Club?
We meet regularly in the St. Francis Millennium Centre. Non-members are welcome to come along and see what the club is like – check out the Events diary to see what’s on, or look at the calendar on the right hand side.
How Often Do You Meet?
The club runs all year, with meetings on Fridays between 7pm and 10pm.
What Do You Do?
Help each other to take better photographs! Getting together with like-minded photographers and working together helps us all improve. We also run and enter competitions, arrange lectures and demonstrations. You can see our upcoming programme on the Events page.
The new 2019/20 season programme can be downloaded here.
Please check the Events page for any programme alterations.
How Much Does It Cost to Join?
The season fee for 2019-20 is £30, under-18’s is £15.00. This fee includes the weekly raffle. We also charge £2 at every meeting to cover the costs of refreshments.
A membership application form can be found here.
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