About Us

Ashford (Middlesex) Camera Club aims to be a friendly club for the enjoyment of photography and digital imaging.

Membership is at all levels, from beginners to advanced.

We meet Tuesday evenings in St Matthew's Church Hall, Ashford.

Next meetings

Tuesday 28 January
Members' images - PDIs
Tuesday 4 February
1st PDI competition
Tuesday 18 February
Table-top studio session
"Andy Murray in action" by Dave Weightman
"Monarch of the Park" by Roy Enser
"Female leopard in Botswana" by Dave Weightman
"Bonnet fungus" by Charles Pearson
"The engine driver" by Dave Weightman
"The ruins on the hill" by Charles Pearson
"Lotus seed head" by Jenny Hanrahan
"Autumn walk" by Roy Enser


Meetings are held on the first, third and fourth Tuesday evenings each month where we have talks by invited speakers, hold a variety of competitions at all levels and take our cameras along for studio work with models or table-top still-life sessions.

Click here for a full list of meeting dates, subjects and location.

A selection of members’ pictures awarded high scores in past competitions is shown above. For more images click on “Gallery” in the bar at the top of this page.

Our 2019 exhibition of members’ work was held on Saturday 19 October in St Matthew’s Church Hall. See “News snippets” for images of our previous exhibitions.  On  an earlier occaision a club outing to Bedfont Lakes inspired one of our members to produce a digital slide show, available on YouTube.

Anyone with an interest in photography, perhaps just learning to master a camera or manipulate images for the first time, may find interesting meetings and friendly advice at the Ashford Camera Club. Come along, free of charge, to sample a couple of meetings before joining! You don’t even have to own a camera to enjoy other people’s pictures.

Meetings start at 7.45 for 8 pm, have a break for refreshments and usually finish around 10 pm.

Meetings are held in:
St Matthew’s Church Hall,
Muncaster Close,
Ashford, Middlesex TW15 2EE
(click here for a  map with our location)
Ashford Camera Club is affiliated through the Surrey Photographic Association
to the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain