Wednesday 17th March starting at 7.15pm via Zoom.
“Tales of a Wildlife Photographer”. David Chapman (who is based in Cornwall) will be giving us an amusing look at the stories behind the photos of wildlife -
The Trading Hut is now open Sunday mornings 9.00am to 10.45am, subject of course
to any changes of circumstance that may arise.
Exception: The hut will not open on Easter Sunday 4th April, but instead will open on Good Friday 2nd April.
New operating procedures are here; they are different so do please read them carefully. In particular let us have your order in advance whenever possible.
It is very important we avoid any ‘gathering’ of members at the entrance to the hut; we wouldn’t want to be closed down for not following government guidelines. If we are going to be busy we may issue time slots for your arrival.
Don’t forget your membership form; it can be downloaded from this page. More information in the section below.
You are all aware what a difficult year it has been for the club, with the cancellation of meetings, coach trips and shows. Our only glimmer of hope has been the ability to keep the trading hut open. It has certainly been well used by ‘old’ members and many new ones too.
As a gesture of goodwill to those who have continued to support us this year, members who joined the club before the end of July 2020 will not have to pay their fees or postage for 2021: just collect a new membership card from the hut.
Those who joined after the 1st September have already paid for 2021: you also just need to collect your 2021 card from the hut.
In either case, please bring your 2020 card with you when you collect your 2021 card if possible. Most importantly, you still need to complete a membership form please. The form can be downloaded here and will also be available at the Trading Hut.
The club continues to incur a few expenses so you are all invited to make a donation to club funds should you wish to do so.