News Archive 1
KCPA membership application in difficulty
Eastbourne Camera Club's application to join the Kent County Photographic Association (KCPA) is in difficulty because of a complaint. It is understood an unknown person(s) has objected to the KCPA that Eastbourne Camera Club can be confused with the name of Eastbourne Photographic Society. As a result, Eastbourne Camera Club has been advised by the KCPA that application for membership is unlikely to succeed unless an alternative club name is found without the word "Eastbourne" appearing in it.
In a further development, many variations of Eastbourne Camera Club's domain name, such as .net, .org, .com etc., have been purchased by a single individual known to be a member of Eastbourne Photographic Society and registered in her name. 5/7/13
We were blessed again with a gorgeous evening on the 1st July for our third summer walk, this time around Pevensey. Thanks to Brenda Woods for devising the route. We discovered some hitherto unknown parts of Pevensey which were a delight, all topped off with some liquid refreshment in the pub. Thanks to all who came, it was a lovely evening and a chance to meet new friends. 02/07/13
A few of the Club members met in Hastings to take pictures around the beach and fishing huts. It's a fascinating area with much photographic scope. We finished up with the obligatory fish and chips of course.
We held the fourth meeting of our exciting new Club on 17th June and this was also the first occasion at our superb new venue, St. John's Parish Hall in Meads. We had lots of work on show and projected and there was a great atmosphere and energy in the room. Thanks to all those who came and hope to see you all again.
Contact us via this site
We have a contact form to communicate with us on the 'Contact' page. If you use it, please be sure to enter your email address correctly. Sadly, I am unable to contact one prospective member as her email address as given did not work - Robin 15/6/13
The third meeting of the new club was held on Monday 3rd June. Thanks to all those attending for your contributions and enthusiasm. Plans to take the Club forward are now well underway and we will report on progress on the 17th June.
New Learning Zone
We now have a fantastic new resource with the Learning Zone on our web site. We are building a selection of videos covering various areas to help you get on from the comfort of your own computer. If there are any subjects you would like covering, just let us know.
Jevington - Folkington Walk
Despite the current challenging and rather unpredictable weather, members enjoyed a wonderful evening walk from Jevington to Folkington along the secret Green Lane. It really was summer that evening.