The Frome Festival
There is a four-page full-colour spread of FWCC Festival photos in this week's Frome Times: don't miss it! David and his stalwart team have done us all proud once more.
Outing to St Fagan's Museum of Welsh History, Sunday 29th July
Here are our full joining instructions:
Coach start time: 8.00am
Coach start location: Cheese & Grain Car Park, Market Yard, Frome, Somerset, BA11 1BE.
Entry into St. Fagan’s is free.
Food at St. Fagan’s: There are a number of food outlets selling good quality food that is cooked on site using local Welsh products.
Coach leaving time: 4.00pm
Finishing time: We should be back in Frome around 6.00pm.
Photography in galleries:
Photography is allowed in the museums for personal, non-commercial purposes only.
The use of flash and tripods is prohibited in areas where there are unglazed artworks or other unprotected objects.
Photography in loan exhibitions is not permitted at any time.
Photography of human remains is not permitted at any time.
There are plenty of seats left on the coach. If you would like to come along then email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place.
Diary date: 7.30pm on Monday 30th July, at The Three Swans, Frome.
After successful annual holidays in West Wales, Northumberland, North Wales, the Lake District and most recently Tuscany, it is now time to think about the Club Holiday 2019.
Although June next year may seem far away, experience tells us we do need to find and book suitable accommodation well ahead.
The meeting at the end of this month is to gauge interest and to try to decide on a venue. Holidays are open to members and their partners, friends and even dogs. We try hard to find locations where non-photographers will also find plenty to enjoy. We find that economy of scale (15+ participants) helps very much to keep costs down. We usually go in June, after the Club's season has finished but before the school holidays.
So if you even think you might like to come on the holiday next year, please come along to the meeting. We meet upstairs at The Three Swans, a delightfully quirky and very old pub in King Street ( BA11 1BH), just opposite the top of Cheap Street. But please be sure to buy yourself a drink before you come upstairs - that is our rent for the room!
And One for Late Autumn
Charlie Waite, the landscape photographer, will be speaking at Stourton Memorial Hall on 29th November. Full details for booking may be found on the attached poster.