Snapshot of club’s first half century

THIS portrait of two-year-old puppy Gus is one of over 100 photographs that will be on display in a free exhibition on Saturday. St Ives Photographic Club is holding its 50th Anniversary Exhibition in the Free Church Centre, turning the church into a gian

THIS portrait of two-year-old puppy Gus is one of over 100 photographs that will be on display in a free exhibition on Saturday.

St Ives Photographic Club is holding its 50th Anniversary Exhibition in the Free Church Centre, turning the church into a giant gallery on the day.

Members of the club say that no one is quite sure when the club was formed, but its first bank account was opened in 1957.

The exhibition will feature the work of over 20 local amateur photographers who have won a wide range of Photographic Association and other awards at both local and national level.


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The photographs will be on show throughout the day and the exhibition includes a continuous slideshow and a static display of over 100 prints.

INFORMATION: From 10am to 5pm, admission free.

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