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Welcome to the Cheam Camera Club website. We hold our meetings from 8.00pm until 10.00pm on Wednesdays from September to June. Meetings are held in the David Tweddle Hall, one of the halls attached to St Andrew’s United Reformed Church, Northey Avenue, Cheam, Surrey SM2 7HF. The doors open at 7.30pm.

The club is open to all visitors, young or old. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced photographer you are very welcome to join us and we are sure you will find our club meetings very inspiring. No worries if you have never been to our club before, just walk in and introduce yourself to the club chairman and a warm welcome will soon make you feel at home.Please click here to find us.

Can joining the Cheam Camera Club help you improve your photography?

We have a very varied programme which consists of –

  • Inspirational talks by accomplished photographers
  • Training by visiting speakers
  • Print and projected digital image (PDI) competitions, judged by external judges
  • Members evenings, where the club members share their photographic achievements
  • Audio Visual presentations
  • Club outing


A Landscape For All Seasons‏

Our speaker next week is David Harford LRPS talking about his journeys exploring Oman in a 4×4.
David says
“The talk is about my 3 journeys alone in Oman from the straits of Hormuz in the north to the borders of Yemen in the south. I covered over 15,000 miles through mountain and desert, staying with local people, Bedu and camping out under the stars. The purpose of the trips was for photography and to meet the real people of the country away from tour operators and hotels.
The talk covers various aspects of the journey with video clips, music and still photos, ending with my favourite images. The presentation takes about 11/2 hours, with questions possibly 1 3/4 hours. It is in small sections, so your break for tea can be easily taken at any time and the lecture can be amended to suit the evening.”

David has also sent a link to an article he wrote for the Anglo- Omani Review on pages 12-15 This should give a fascinating insight into the landscape and people of Oman and give an idea of Travel Photography so don’t miss an interesting evening.