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A timelapse of one of our recent Practical Evenings, with Laura Parker's camera set up to capture one frame every ten seconds.

Coming up at the club:

  • 12th Dec  AV Group at Grove Village Hall (8:00pm start) Social evening and quiz hosted by Peter & Jean Kent

  • 16th Dec  Social Evening A quiz and nibbles! The last meeting of the year is a fun evening to celebrate the festive season

  • 23rd Dec No meeting

    2015 Programme coming soon!

Wantage lies just below the Ridgeway in the Vale of the White Horse, and was the birthplace of  lt Alfred the Great. Wantage Camera Club was founded in 1967, and has grown to become one of the largest camera clubs in Oxfordshire and the Chilterns region. We were (probably!) the first camera club in the UK to have a website, which has been on-line since 1997.

We meet every Tuesday in the Methodist Hall in Newbury St, and new members are always welcome.
Doors are open from 7:00pm, so there is an opportunity to socialise and chat before the meetings start at 7:30pm. The meetings usually close between 9:30 and 10:00pm. We run a varied programme of lectures, competitions and instructional evenings, including demonstrations of new digital technology and techniques. Details of the current programme and other activities can be found by clicking the buttons on the left.

The Club also has a flourishing Audio Visual Group, which regularly runs tutorial sessions on popular software packages such as Photoshop and Pictures to Exe.

Recently added:

New members are always welcome.
If you've got a digital camera and would like to make better use of it, please come along to one of our meetings - you are very welcome to try us out for as long as you want before committing to join -

click here for details.

WCC in the news:
The Club sequence "One Day Like This" has been featured in the August 2014 issue of AV News.
click here to read it.

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