How to Find Us
Our Address is
York Camera Club
St Edward's Community Hall
We usually meet on Thursdays at 7:30pm. See the Syllabus for further details.
We are currently meeting on-line via zoom. We only allow members or known vistors to attend.
If you would like to join us please drop our secretary a message using our contact form.
* Guests who wish to attend several times before deciding to join will have their visitors' fees deducted from the annual subscription up to the full value.
York Camera Club was established in 1952 and is affiliated to the Yorkshire Photographic Union (YPU). This lively and friendly Camera Club has established a reputation for producing a high standard of colour and monochrome images in both digital and 35mm format.
The Club welcomes everyone with a genuine interest and enthusiasm for photography, from beginners to serious amateurs and professionals alike. Club evenings consist of a mixture of open competitions and photographic talks. Some excellent speakers, including established professional photographers give talks covering a very broad range of topics, some of which include practical sessions. Monthly open competitions provide ample opportunity to exhibit your work within the Club and to appreciate the work of fellow members, whether in printed or projected presentation.
York Camera Club meets on Thursday evenings from September until May,
at St Edward's Community Hall, Tadcaster Road, York,
YO24 1QG, from 7.30 pm, where both visitors and new members are made most welcome. A summer programme of outdoor activities
also takes place from June to August each year.