How To Find Us

The Earl Shilton Camera Club meet at Earl Shilton Constitutional Club 75 Station Road Earl Shilton Leicestershire. LE9 7GE The club meets on Wednesdays starting at 7.30pm and finishing at 9.30pm. A bar is available for post-meeting drinks. The season starts in September and ends in May and we break for Christmas and Easter.   [google_map_easy...

About The Club

The Earl Shilton Camera Club meets every Wednesday (September through to May, breaking for Christmas and Easter) at the Earl Shilton Constitutional Club 75, Station Rd, Earl Shilton LE9 7GT. We start the meeting at 7.30pm and finish at 9.30pm.  We break half way through the evening for refreshments which can be purchased from the Club bar.   As a guest or prospective new member, you are entitled to visit the club on two separate or consecutive occasions.  On your third visit, we will ask you to join the Earl Shilton Camera Club.  The subscription from September/October is £45 for the year ending in May.  From November onwards the cost is on a pro-rota basis.  This allows you to attend all the meetings, enter all the club competitions, enter the MCPF and PAGB competitions and be covered by camera club insurance on club outings. You will receive a club handbook and membership card on joining.  All we ask is for you to fill out a form with your contact details which is kept confidentially by the Committee and not shared with anyone outside of the Committee. You can also follow us on Facebook and...

The Club’s History

The club was founded in 1975 by Neville Jackson who had been teaching photography in the area.  When funding for the course ended he and the group continued to meet and the club was formed. The club ran on an informal basis until 1978 when elected officials were appointed for the first time.  This also coincided with the club’s move to a room in the local school. The club moved back to its original home at the Cedars in 1982 where it remained for the following 20 years.  During this time it maintained a core of dedicated members.  When the Cedars closed the club moved back to the local school, until 2011 when it moved to the George Ward Centre, Barwell The dawn of the digital age provided the club with a boost in membership as more people renewed their interest in photography. Today the club has a healthy membership of old and new members.  Neville Jackson continues to attend the club that he formed and the annual ‘Image of the Year’ competition bears his...

Committee

Earl Shilton Camera Club Committee 2015/16 CHAIRMAN: Brett Lawrence VICE-CHAIRMAN: John Smith PROGRAMME SECRETARY: Ian Waite COMPETITION SECRETARY: Gary Wood TREASURER: Martin Allen CLUB SECRETARY:   John Smith OTHER COMMITTEE MEMBERS: John Langham, Julie Holbeche-Maund and Chantal...

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