Do you have a passion for photography? Well, a number of Stratton residents are launching their own camera club for budding photographers.
The club provides a meeting place in the Meadowcroft Community Centre for people to share their interest in photography and enter competitions with their work.
Launching on Wednesday, 2 March, the club offers outings and workshops, as well as advice on achieving recognised awards from the Royal Photographic Society and Western Counties Photographic Federation.
Not only this, but there will also be an annual exhibition to allow members to showcase their work to the public.
Meetings will be very diverse, including practical, critique an introduction nights and will be hosted on the first Wednesday of every month, from 7.45pm.
Membership costs just £30 per year, allowing a full 12 monthly membership to access books and other resources and entering inter-club and national photography competitions critiqued by an independent judge.
Meetings include free parking, free refreshments and full disabled facilities and is open to photographers of all ages.
To join, all you need to do is turn up to a club meeting on a night it suits you.
For more information, visit: www.strattoncameraclub.com.