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Welcome to Conwy Camera Club

Conwy Camera Club is the oldest photographic society in North Wales. Our weekly meetings on Tuesday evenings from September to May are at “Y Morfa Venue” located at Conwy Borough FC. With ample free parking, comfortable seating and double the space of our old base, this venue provides the opportunity for a more innovative programme without the need to restrict membership numbers.

Photo of some of 2018/19 winners
Some of 2018/19 Winners (click to view full screen in new window)

Thinking of joining?
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If you would like to join Conwy Camera Club, please email the Membership Secretary at: membership@conwycameraclub.co.uk for further information or complete the application form Membership Enquiry Form
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Ian Wright Scores Again!

Ian Wright triumphant again.

Ian Wright is shown left receiving the winners cup for the 2019 Lionel Bloodworth Creative Challenge.
Presenting the trophy is Lynne Morris, who also judged the competition.
To see Ian’s winning image click the thumbnail on the left (image will open in a new page). Club members can see all of the submitted images via the competition galleries page.

For those not familiar with the Challenge here is a bit of the history behind it:
Lionel Bloodworth was an enthusiastic member of our Club who regretfully passed away a few years ago. He was instrumental over the years in forming the ‘Creative Photography’ Special Interest Group (SIG) and organising practical sessions to introduce members to aspects of Creativity.


Now Showing in Conwy
Conwy Camera Club has a display case in the foyer of the Civic Hall in Conwy (the library building on Castle Street). The print display changes every month.
This month’s theme is ‘Reflections’. Several of the prints depict urban reflections – in windows, metal sculptures or a Venetian canal – while Ian Wright presents a portrait of Colwyn Bay’s recently demolished pier reflected in the wet sand below. At the other end of the scale, close-up images in the display include Tony Davies’ study of a cork and corkscrew resting on a shiny surface.

Our website
This website contains images by many of our members and is frequently updated. Please look under “Galleries” to view images by club members.

Planning to visit Conwy or North Wales?
Then you’ll find plenty of pictures of our area on this website.

Live in Conwy or North Wales?
Then we hope the pictures show you what a beautiful and interesting area we live in. The website will keep you updated on club events, and what’s in the Civic Hall display each month.