Founded 1923

Member of the Southern Counties Photographic Federation
Affiliated to the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain

The Tuesday Meetings

Tuesday nights are not just about the talk/competition, lots of other things can be happening too!

Photo Hub Table

A Photo Hub table will be in place at most Tuesday intervals where experienced Society members will be available for discussing many photography-related topics. For example: Bring your own prints in and 1 or 2 Advanced workers will provide constructive feedback on your photography covering whatever aspect you would like. The idea is to encourage, guide and support newer, less experienced or less confident members, to improve their photography. You can bring along any images you want to discuss in any state.
Similarly, if you have questions regarding your camera and its settings, members will be available to offer advice. Occasionally we will bring in equipment to enable members to view & try out specific branded cameras & lenses.

Society Desk

Please visit the manned Society Desk for any questions about the Society, sign-up sheets for various activities, Royal Photographic Society information and the Society notice board. The desk is manned by a Committee Member from 7pm each Tuesday and during every interval.

You can bring along any images you want to discuss in any state - we usually provide a selection of prints to discuss if you don't have any of your own.

New Members

As a large Society, we are very well aware that we could unintentionally appear somewhat intimidating to new members. We do make every effort to avoid this appearance

Newcomers’ Welcome Point: To help new members feel at home we operate this each week during the refreshments interval in the Café area. Simply gather at the seating area to the right of the café entrance doors. Here you will be greeted by friendly faces, get to know other new members - and established ones too - and be guided into the ‘ins and outs’ of the Society.

Tea and Coffee Break

The provision of refreshments at the break is coordinated by a team of members with extra help on the night by 2 or 3 volunteers.