Ulverscroft Camera Club is a thriving club with a membership of 50 and a short waiting list to join. The club was formed in Ulverscroft in 2011 but moved to Woodhouse Eaves in 2014. We meet in the village hall fortnightly from September to June each year. The meetings run from 7.00pm to 9.00pm.
We are a largely non-competitive club focussing on learning and mutual support. Our members have a wide range of photographic abilities and experience, ranging from beginners to semi-pro photographers, and use various makes of equipment.
Our programme (see menu link) is varied. We offer a number of practical sessions, a programme of guest speakers and presentations by our members. In addition photo-walks are organised by members that run mid-week and at weekends.
Each July we run an exhibition, which is open to the public, where each member exhibits one piece of work they have produced in that year. Works are sold, with the proceeds going a local charity that is nominated by members each year. Although we are largely non-competitive, four awards are given for the best images at the exhibition.