Cheam Camera Club

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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 on the Google map. Alternatively, please scroll down to the bottom of the page.

Should you have any questions please feel free to get in touch using our CONTACT FORM.


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


End of Season Walk on 28th June 2017 | Venue: Morden Hall Park, Time: 7.30pm-9.30pm Cost: £6/pp

We are keeping it local this year, with a photographic walk around Morden Hall Park. Morden Hall will provide a historian to give us some background information on the hall and park, with additional help after the talk with photography techniques and picture ideas from their photographic volunteers.  Parking facilities will be available and access to the new boardwalk. You will be required to sign a declaration that images are for personal use only as Morden Hall Park is National Trust property.  Carole Baker will provide the forms nearer the time. This should be a very interesting evening within one of our local outstanding parks. Please let Carole Baker know if you will be joining so she can gauge numbers.  She will send a request for payment in May.[/timed-content-server]

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Our sincere thanks to Michael Butcher for his leadership as chairman of the club for the last three years. Our best wishes to Doris and Michael as they move to another area shortly. (Photo: Courtesy of Debbie Whitton)

Cheam Camera Club is affiliated to the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain through the Surrey Photographic Association, and is a member of the Federation of South London Photographic Societies.


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