Lymm Photographic Society - Community
Sharing the joys of photography in our village
In June 2016, 15 club members spent a memorable and exclusive evening at Gauntlet Birds of Prey in Knutsford. Read the Press Release here.
We again supported the Lane End Cottage Gardens annual photography weekend in May 2016 (see June 2016 Lymm Life) and our members were out and about photographing the the 2016 May Queen (in the pouring rain!) and Lymm Festival in 2016. One of our members' photographs was used in the 2016 Lymm Festival brochure to illustrate the Food Festival.
See our Aerial Lymm Project, in conjunction with Sky 1 TV - click here or on the aerial shot of the village on the left.
As you can see from the photo of our most recent Dickensian stall, the Lymm Photographic is privileged to support our village. Our involvement in the local community has included a rolling display of members' photographs in Lymm library, a stall at two Lymm Dickensian days, a photo display at a local care home and the supply of photographs for the Parish Council's guide to Lymm and the Lymm Historical Transport Day book "The Wheels and The Water". In 2015 we took part in Lymm/Meung sur Loire twin town Double Exposure project (organised by Estelle Cadwallader and Hazel Hughes) and supported the Lymm Festive photo weekend at Lane End Nursery in April, plus, as always, the full Lymm Festival and Transport Day amongst other things. We are also amongst the local societies informally connected to the forthcoming Lymm Heritage Centre.
You will often see our members wandering around the village with their cameras or shooting local events - if you do, stop us and say "hello" and if the person with camera turns out not to be a member of the Lymm Photographic Society, do suggest that they search "Lymm Photographic" on the internet.
With the support of Lymm Life and in partnership with the Dickensian Committee we ran our first public competition in December 2016. See the winner here.
In 2017 we were invited to assist the Scouts with their photography badges and our members will no doubt be seen around the village at various events.
If you know of a local event that might provide a photo-opportunity, please let us know by using our contact form.
The Society started 2018 with a visit to the Lymm Heritage Centre and we jointly explored ways in which the LPS and the Lhc could collaborate....watch this space!