IN PICTURES: Hayling Island Camera Club

Beaky Mevagissey by Nic Charrett
Beaky Mevagissey by Nic Charrett
Queen Victoria's statue being moved 100 yards to her present position in Guildhall Square in the early 1970s.

NOSTALGIA: Anyone remember Hayling swing bridge working?

A tabby cat. Credit: Pxhere (labelled for reuse)

Meet cats in care at Portsmouth charity’s garden fete

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Here are the latest shots from the very talented amateurs at the popular camera club.

You don’t have to be an expert to be welcomed as a member of Hayling Island Camera Club.

All you need is an interest in photography and a camera, and it doesn’t need to be a high-end camera either.

The program of events includes talks, hands-on skill sessions, internal and external print and digital competitions, and a social program including excursions visiting locations for photo shoots.

They meet every Monday at the United Reform Church Hall, Hollow Lane, Mengham, from 7.30pm.

For more information go to haylingislandcameraclub.co.uk.