Where do we meet?

The Woodstock Club,  Broadoak Rd, Sittingbourne ME9 8AG 

Please note that this is NOT our postal address

NB: Some events this season are online. Please see the programme for details

When do we meet?

The 2021/2022 season will run from October - June.              

                   

Meetings are held on Wednesdays, 7:45pm-9:45pm

Please keep an eye on the programme page to see when we may be able to meet in person again.

Other Details

We have just finished the 2020/21 season but our next season starts up again in October 2021. 

Annual membership for 2021/22 is £50.

For further information, please visit the "Contact Us" page.

Come along and try before you buy with 2 free meetings to see if we are what you are looking for!

Your SPS Committee

Terry Mahoney

Chairman

Miles Hall

Secretary

Glen Smith

Membership Officer

Travers Bean

Treasurer

Jenny Monk

Programme Secretary

Chris Reynolds

Competitions Secretary

Charlie Emery

Technical Officer

Mick Macey

Standard Member

About Us

Sittingbourne Photographic Society has been running in various venues throughout the town for 46 years. It was formed by a dozen or so members all who had completed a course in photography at the Sittingbourne Adult Education College.

Previous to this there had been a Sittingbourne Camera Club which folded when the premises were sold in which they held their meetings, one or two of those members are still with Sittingbourne Photographic Society (SPS) today.

SPS was a member of the Central Association of Camera Clubs now disbanded. The Kent County Photographic Association (KCPA) was formed and affiliated to the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain (PAGB): the Camera Clubs. Through these, SPS has over the years achieved top places locally, nationally and internationally with their photographic expertise.

We aim to promote photography in all aspects of the art through regular meetings throughout the year, with lectures, competitions, exhibitions, practical workshops, and outings. Through these we can educate ourselves and others in a diverse way in the techniques, whether it be in digital or the more traditional wet darkroom techniques.

Members of the Society provide judges and lecturers to other clubs throughout the county and beyond to benefit from our expertise. Our members also put together and provide AV shows for a great evening of interclub entertainment.

Terry Mahoney

Chairman