The Club held its Annual General Meeting and the new Committee for the forthcoming year were elected. Following this there was considerable debate around the ways and means to replace the Club’s projector, which had developed a terminal fault. A number of options were explored and a way forward was agreed. There was also a good discussion around Club membership levels and how attendance can be stimulated.
Following the formal part of the evening, Barry Davis showed a number of his audio-visual presentations featuring the Channel Islands, RAF Hendon and others. The evening concluded with a viewing of the open digital images that had been submitted to last years WCPF exhibition.
It was proposed and agreed at the A.G.M. that Club Subscriptions are to increase to £35.00.
What you got this year is
21 nights of photography related subject matter.
including 4 presentations by speakers, 8 Competition Nights.
A battle with Devizes, and a Tri-Battle with Cirencester and Highworth
So, in my opinion each Club Night costs £1.66 is very good value.
On Tuesday 18th Feb, the Club had it Annual General Meeting, where a new Committee was voted in. OK so it was the exciting Committee, as they had done such a good job, and they seemed to enjoy the roles that they volunteered for, they volunteered themselves for another year. The club gave them a resounding vote of thanks for all their hard work that they have done in the last year.
The main subject that came out of the meeting was that we are changing our name. The Camera Club, will now be known as the “Royal Wootton Bassett Camera Club”, this was unanimously voted through(Phew).
So the RWBCC can now move forward with the same committee and ensure that we all enjoy our passion of photography.