19th Century Chain Mill by John Ellis
Am I on Twitter by Christiane Freeman
Chatham Rope Factory by James Harrison-Bodle
End of a Hot Day by Colin Mitchell
Enzo by Steve Hanley
Fading Echoes of Our Industrial Past by Roger Pennington
Featherweight by Christiane Freeman
Foxglove by Steve White
Glass and Metal by Doris Morey
going down by Sylvia White
i360 Brighton by Belinda Peters
Making a Splash by Jan Arnold
Mighty Daisy Wincy by Christiane Freeman
Mirrored Lives by Paul Laycock
Reflections in a Cafe Window by Paul Laycock
Reflective Mood by John Ellis
Robin Red Breast by Belinda Peters
Sea Holly by Gwen Davie
Spine by Claire Peters
Too close for comfort by Chris Lightfoot
Traction Engine Emerging From Lockdown by Rodger Boakes
Wet Race by Roger Pennington
Working at Heights by Kathryn Howard-Greenfield

THE HISTORY OF SOUTHWICK CAMERA CLUB

The club was formed in 1952 and regular meetings have been held at the Southwick Community Centre, Southwick Street, Southwick since that time. One of the founding members was the well-known and respected local photographer the late Bill Wisden. Bill was the first member of the club to gain an ARPS in 1959. Southwick Camera Club likes to pride themselves on being a friendly club whilst at the same time enjoying photography and encouraging members to improve their work.

 

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