Focus is on Honiton Camera Club
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More than 100 attend the group’s open day in Black Lion Walk
More than 100 people attended Honiton Camera Club’s recent open day at Black Lion Walk.
They took the opportunity to talk to members, buy prints and books and learn about both the history of the club and to enquire about becoming a member.
The camera club has members of all ages and abilities and a copy of the new year’s programme, which begins in September, was given to those who expressed an interest in going along with a view to joining.
Children were given Honiton Camera Club balloons to take home.
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A spokesman said: “It was a thoroughly enjoyable day and one that club members would like to repeat in the future.”
Honiton Camera Club was established in September 1965, as the Black and White Photography Club. Today, the club meets at the Methodist Church, Chapel Street (off New Street), fortnightly, on Friday evenings from 7.30pm to 9.30pm from mid-September to the end of May.
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