Your contact is Yvonne Lindup –
telephone: 01483 200525
Please talk to Yvonne to show your interest in our outings.
|24 Sept 2019
Time. 1100 hrs. Tour approx 50 mins
|A guided tour of The Abbot Hospital. A Grade 1 listed building situated at the top of Guildford High Street. Started by George Abbot, Archbishop of Canterbury in 1619.|
|28 August 2019||Street photography at Southall .Click here to see some of our photos|
|13 July 2019||Summer Garden Party and BBQ .John and Carole Wilson kindly offered us the use of their garden for the BBQ again this year . Photos|
|28 January||Social Evening 8pm start at St Lukes
Come and enjoy some finger food with fellow club members.
|14 March 2019||Club Dinner Royal Exchange Lindford|
|14 July 2018||Club BBQ|
|10 Aug 2018||A trip to Borough Market in London|
|29 June 2018||JACK SALWAY’S SUB-TROPICAL GARDEN CHIDDINGFOLD.|
|15 August 2017||JACK SALWAY’S SUB-TROPICAL GARDEN CHIDDINGFOLD.|
|Wed 19 July 2017||Our Summer walk at Compton went well.
|Summer Garden Party
This was held in the garden of John and Carole Wilson, who kindly agreed to host it again. Photos.
|13 May 2017||The bird and wildlife cruise on the Thames on Saturday 13th May 2017 lasted for 3 hours. The boat went from Windsor Promenade and sailed upstream. We started off in pleasant sunny weather, but the afternoon clouded over and the breeze made it feel quite cold. A delicious afternoon Tea was served when we turned for the return leg. I think everyone enjoyed the cruise even if there were not many winning photographs to be had. Thank you Yvonne for organising it.
|22 April 2017||The club visit to MOTTISFONT , a National Trust property in Hampshire was very pleasant..
The club Annual Dinner was held at the Royal Exchange at Lindford at 7:30pm. It was a very pleasant evening,
|10/08/16||ANDOVER HAWK CONSERVANCY
This successful outing is reported under Club News here
|21/09/16||HIGHGATE CEMETERY – Conducted tour
13 people went on this tour which was most interesting, Photos here
|13/10/16||DAWN AT BUSHY PARK This early morning visit to photograph sunrise and rutting stags was well worth the effort of getting up at 5am! The stags were bellowing and eyeing each other, giving plenty of opportunity for photographs. Photos here|
|16/10/16||DAWN WALK at Winkworth Arboretum GU8 4AD.
The walk started at 7am in pouring rain which did not let up until we were all back in the cafe for breakfast at 9 o’cock, so not much opportunity for autumn photos. However the weather cheered up afterwards, and some of us went on a very productive fungus hunt.
Thank you Yvonne for organising such a worthwhile outing.
|26/10/16||CLUB VISIT TO WINKWORTH ARBORETUM
We met at the kiosk at 2pm for a cream tea on a very popular day in half term to photograph autumn colours.