Tyndale Photography Club to show off work in Dursley
4:00pm Monday 8th July 2013 in News By Daniel Chipperfield, senior reporter covering Dursley, Cam, Wotton-under-Edge, Sharpness, Slimbridge, Berkeley, Coaley, Uley, North Nibley, Stinchcombe and Cambridge
PHOTO enthusiasts will have much to feast their eyes on this weekend as the former Cam and Dursley Camera Club will be holding an exhibition of their members’ work.
The organisation has renamed itself Tyndale Photography Club, which was suggested after it decided to move to North Nibley where the Tyndale Monument can be found.
The group has enjoyed an ever-increasing membership in the last few years, especially younger members, which has ensured the club has become more diversified and this year’s exhibition at Dursley Methodist Church will showcase over 240 snaps taken by them.
In addition, there will be a continuously running projector of digital images in the dark room to view.
Publicity officer Gloria Pritchard said: "Many of the prints shown will be from the new members and all of the images will be from the last three years.
"The previous shows were both very successful, visitors were clearly impressed by the high standard of photography and the professionalism of the past exhibitions. This year’s event has been organised by the same team so a high standard is assured."
The exhibition will be open at the church on Castle Street from 7pm to 9pm on Friday, July 12 and from 10am to 4pm on Saturday, July 13.
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