What we're about

We are a friendly group that caters for all levels of photography. We aim to run a wide variety of events in a variety of locations across multi genres. It doesn’t matter whether you use a phone camera or a DSLR you are very welcome and help and advice is always available on the meet-ups.

We will arrange model shoots at a reasonable price to cover costs of models and locations and for the all of the events there is a £3 event charge. Most events end up in a cafe or bar as we like to socialise too!

Suggestions for events are always welcome and there is a facebook page which we would encourage you to join too.

Hoping to see you on a shoot soon.

Simon and Helen

Upcoming events (4+)

Farndale Daffodil Walk

Low Mill


Enjoy a classic spring walk in the so-called Daffodil Dale to see Farndales glorious wild daffidols. It is a straightforward three and a quarter linear route alongside the enchanting River Dove from Low Mill to Church Houses and back, though there is an alternative return route that climbs though farm fields for some lovely valley views. Depending on the weather the daffidols are usually out between mid March and mid April, but this is a charming walk at any time of year

Rievaulx Abbey

Rievaulx Terrace


Rievaulx Abbey a short drive ( or pleasant, well signposted stroll) from Helmsley is one of Yorkshire`s finest treasures. Today the setting of the Abbey is sheltered and inviting. The monks farmed sheep, cultivated vegetables, ground corn and smelted iron, they even built canals to enable the iron to be transported, The delightful little village of Rievaulx, with it thatched cottages of honey- coloured stone, grew up only after the Reformation. There is a small car park outside the visitor centre and more parking in the field just before the Abbey. The postcode is for Rievaulx Terrace and the Abbey is at the bottom of the hill. Meet outside the Visitor Centre

Red Squirrels, Hawes DL8 3NT

Yorkshire Dales national park


The Snaizeholme red squirrel viewing area lies in the heart of the Widdale red squirrel reserve. Coniferous woodland is ideal habitat for red squirrels however they can be difficult to see in such densely planted woodland. The Snaizeholme viewpoint and surrounding woodland offer an excellent chance of getting superb views of red squirrels as they visit a feeder in a woodland clearing, with luck you may also see Roe Deer along with a variety of woodland birds such as Siskin, Lesser Redpoll and even perhaps even the Common Crossbill. This can be a 2.5 mile circular walk but there is a steep climb out of the dale, so a walking stick and boots maybe required

Northhumberland Weekend away

Billy Sheils boat trips


A trip with Billy Sheils of six hours spending 2 hours on staple island and then spending 2 hours on Inner Farne island before sailing back to Seahouses. The cost of the trip is £ per person there is an extra cost for landing passes which are available from the National Trust at the dock side unfortunately these have gone up for last year and now cost £ for both island`s per person but its free for National Trust members. We need to be dock side by 9.00am at the latest on Saturday

Past events (105)

Derwent River Kingfishers

Kirkham Abbey


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