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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
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  1. 3rd Group A, Competition 8
    The Tour de France must wait by Rosie Lancaster
  2. 1st Group A, Competition 8
    Old steps 012 by Graham Whistler FRPS
  3. 1st Group B, Competition 8
    British Airways by Jane Richards
​​Next Meetings​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

April 30th: Competition 10 - PDIs.  Groups A & B,  Subject - “Open”
Judged by John Randall from Andover Split Image Camera Club

May 7th: Print and PDI of the Year 
Judged by Jim Pascoe ARPS ABIPP from Highcliffe Infinity Camera Club

(Please bring any qualifying prints in on the night)


Entries for Competition 10 to be submitted on April 23rd.

This year's exhibition will be held at Holy Trinity Church Gosport, on the same dates as the Heritage Open Days. Please submit your entries by May 14th. Click h ere  for entry details.

Next committee meeting:​​​​​​​​​
​Thursday May 2nd 2019   
Next Walk​​

The next walk will be at 10:00 on Sunday 28th April at the bluebell woods in the Angmering Estate near Arundel. Park in the car park off Dover Lane. To reach it, drive east on the A27 past Arundel, heading towards Worthing. The road becomes a dual carriageway after the Littlehampton junction; take the second left about 1½ miles further on, the turning is prominently signposted Dover Lane (on a large green sign on the A27). Drive about ½ mile down Dover Lane to the car park on the right. Meet up at the car park and walk into and around the best bluebell wood in the south of England (IMHO – Jon M)