About the Club

Founded in 1962, Stafford Camera Club is a thriving, friendly and expanding photographic club.


The aim of the Club is to promote the enjoyment of photography and improve knowledge and skills in a friendly and encouraging atmosphere. New members are very welcome regardless of their level of ability.

Arctic Sunset – John Simpson


The club’s programme of weekly meetings runs from September through to May each year with a summer break.

The varied programme which includes visiting speakers, practical demonstrations, competitions, social evening and exhibitions, all provided within a friendly and supportive atmosphere.

Around 45 members currently attend our weekly meetings.

The current membership fee is £30 per season plus £3 door fee each evening attended. Non-members who are club visitors pay £4 per evening attendance. Under 18s pay £2 per evening and need to be accompanied by an appropriate adult.

Potential new members can attend the club as a visitor for two or three Tuesday evenings (at a cost of £4 per attendance) before deciding whether they wish to join the club and pay the annual fee.

Copper Rocks – Pam Bennett

Why Become a Member?


Becoming a member enables you to meet like-minded people who enjoy photography and to listen to speakers on a range of photographic subjects. You would receive helpful advice on how to improve your photographic skills and knowledge.

If you are interested in joining please contact our Secretary Pamela Bennett on:


New Members Information Documents


The club is affiliated to the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain