Letchworth camera club’s in the picture

14:09 24 February 2012

A PHOTOGRAPHY club’s work is currently on display in a free annual exhibition.

The First Garden City Heritage Museum welcomes Letchworth Garden City Camera Club, who are celebrating their 90th anniversary with an exhibition which includes displays of the club’s long history.

On show is some of the club’s photographs during the last year, bringing together a variety of shots including artistic portraits, wildlife photography and landscapes.

Visitors will have the chance to vote for their favourite work and there’s families fun in the form of a photographic trail.

The exhibition runs until Saturday, March 10, with the museum in Norton Way South open Monday to Saturday from 10am to 5pm.

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