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GOSPORT CAMERA CLUB

Gosport Water Front by Malcolm Sowdon DPAGB

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Welcome to Gosport Camera Club​​
A friendly club

During our club season from September to June we meet every other Tuesday at 7.30pm at Hardway, Elson & Districts Community Association (HEDCA) Social Club at Coombe Road, Gosport, PO12 4JB.

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Some images from recent competitions
© The copyright of any image on this site belongs to the member shown on the credit.
  1. 1st in Group A, Competition 3
    Early Morning Yamuna River by Lin Collins
  2. Highly Commended in Group A, Competition 3
    Manhattan Island by Val Griggs LRPS
  3. Highly Commended in Group B, Competition 3
    Monolithos serenity by Brian Elliott
Next meetings

November 12th: SCPF PRINT LEAGUE COMPETITION  -  DIVISION 2
Competing clubs: Gosport/Newbury/Salisbury/Horndean/Farnborough/Disabled Photographers/Highcliffe & Infinity/Bracknell 
Judged by Alison Cawley 


November 26th: Competition 4 -  PDIs. Groups A & B,  Subject - “Open”
Judged by Paul Bradley 

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​Click here to see the current (2019-20) Group tables.

   MALCOLM SOWDON RIP

Malcolm's funeral took place on Monday 14th October. The total raised from collections was £195, fifty pounds of which was for flowers for Mo and £145 for the British Heart Foundation. We also have a  new memorial shield, kindly donated by a club member.
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Next Walk 

The next walk will be on Sunday the 24th of November at Halnaker village, meeting at 09:45 at the small lay-by beside the entrance to Warehead Farm.
Take the left turning off of the A27 (past Chichester) onto the A285. Go through the village, past the Boxgrove junction and the lay-by is about a ¼ mile further on, on the left (there is limited parking here so I suggest arriving in good time).
The walk will be through the famous “Halnaker tunnel” (look it up on Google) and up to Halnaker Windmill (be aware that the Windmill is at the top of a hill and there are a couple of styles to climb over as well).
Hoping for good weather!



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