Our aim is to have fun with photography. We have a range of members in terms of age and ability and we welcome newcomers at any time.
For the 2020-
As with our in-
September meetings are free of charge
October onward meetings with external speakers will incur £5 charge
Please check our programme for details of upcoming speakers and to buy tickets.
Any problems with tickets or if you'd like to join us, please contact our Club Secretary for details.
Please note that if you then decide to become a full member of the club for the 2020-
Talks, workshops and education
from a mix of members and external speakers
travel and events photography
tips and techniques
Regular themed competitions
to encourage you to get out and about with your camera
different themes to encourage you to look at different subjects
learn from the judge's feedback of your work and that of others
enjoy seeing the images created by other club members
End of year dinner and trophy presentation
Ad hoc events throughout the summer
Virtual meetings via Zoom on Monday evenings at 7.30 from September to April (check programme for details and exceptions)
Meetings in person suspended:
Foresters Hall, Marlborough House, 69 High Street, Kidlington OX5 2DN -
(no mail can be received at this address)
Our room was on the first floor and accessible by lift.
The bar within the hall was available for refreshment.
Subscriptions 2020 -
£5 per evening
(part to be refunded
if you become a member)
(with approximately 31 evenings
per season this represents good value)
Adult (over 18): £45
Junior (13 -
Committee 2020 -
Vice Chair -
Competition Secretary -
Programme Secretaries -
Judges Secretary -
External Competitions -
Founded in April 1961, Kidlington Camera Club currently has over 40 members with a wide range of ages, backgrounds and interests. We aim to encourage involvement and enjoyment of all forms of still photography in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere and are always pleased to welcome visitors and new members.
Cameras and Media
Members use wide variety of equipment and media, including mobile phones and tablets, and all are welcome.
Digital images for projection (PDI) have the attraction of being considerably cheaper to produce than prints, but it is hoped that plenty of prints will be forthcoming to ensure a good supply of material for our exhibitions. Whether you print at home or use a commercial processor, it makes no difference how your photographs are produced as all methods are valid as long as the resulting image is your own work.