Posted: Tue 6th Sep 2016

Interested in photography? Deeside Photographic Society are inviting people to join them

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Sep 6th, 2016

Have you an interest in photography?

Deeside Photographic Society are inviting people too pop down to Ewloe Sports and Social Club, where they meet every Tuesday night at 7:30 pm.

A good number of local people attend already and more are always welcome

Anybody with an interest in learning, developing or enhancing skills with a camera is more than welcome to join.

Whether you have a £50 point and shoot camera, or have broken the bank on the latest top of the range models all will be welcomed.

Have a look at the croups website here: www.deesidephotosociety.org.uk.

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