The programme for the current season can be found here. If you have never been before guests are welcome and there is no need to commit to joining if you do come along for a few meetings to try us out.

As with other clubs in the MCPF ( Midland Counties Photographic Federation ) we are a ‘not for profit’ club. Many of our speakers are Nationally and even Internationally recognised speakers and judges. These aspirational presentations are backed up by our club member nights, practical nights and competitions.

For the competitions recognised judges from the PAGB ( Photographic Alliance of Great Britain ) pass their constructive critique of all of the images as well as ranking the top 7 images.

End of the day – David Slade DPAGB

We try to provide a blend of both visual and practical inspiration and assistance to help members improve their photography. Last season there were images taken on a mobile ‘phone that were entered in the competitions. It isn’t about the equipment, it is about the image and the enjoyment. It doesn’t matter if your camera is your ‘phone, if it has interchangeable lenses or not, if it is new or old or if you use JPEG or raw. What matters is people enjoying the experience of moving their photography forward.

When the Shelbys came to Stoke. Sony mobile ‘phone photograph taken on the way to work. William Brown LSWPP

Blythe Bridge Camera Club is situated in North Staffordshire to the south of Stoke-on-Trent and is the place for discerning photographers to meet. We are a friendly and accommodating club and welcome all abilities from the beginner to the more advanced photographer.

The club meets every Monday evening at 7:45 pm, from September to April. Meetings are held at Blythe Bridge and Forsbrook Village Hall, Uttoxeter Road, Blythe Bridge, ST11 9JN.

Blythe Bridge Camera Club was founded in 1950 and is affiliated to the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain through the Midland Counties Photographic Federation.

Hovering Gannet – Alastair Gorton