Welcome to Worcestershire Camera Club

The Club's main season has come to an end but there's still plenty going on over the summer months. We have 3 special interest groups - Digital Group, AV Group and Contemporary Group that meet at Claines Royal British Legion, usually on Thursday evenings. See the Programme pages for upcoming dates.

In addition there are photography trips organised by club members, with full details available in the Members' Area

WCC Photonews will be produced intermittently over the summer months - new editions will appear on this home page, usually Monday evenings. All previous publications are still available on the website - take a look at WCC Photonews.

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