Welcome to Newton Abbot Photographic Club

Join us for photography, fun, and fellowship, where we can learn from the experience of others, share our knowledge and be inspired.

We are keen to welcome new members, whether you are an experienced photographer or a complete beginner.  You are welcome to attend two meetings as a guest before deciding to join.

We meet on Tuesday evenings from 7.00 p.m. for a 7.30 p.m. start, from September to April, at the Courtenay Centre, Newton Abbot, TQ12 2QA

If you would like to know more about us please click on this

Contact Us link.


The Courtenay Centre

We meet at the Courtenay Centre, Kingsteignton Road, Newton Abbot from 7.00 pm on Tuesdays from September to April.

Ample Parking - Onsite FREE PARKING and a walkway through from the adjoining Cricket Field Car Park (also FREE after 6 pm.)

Full Disabled Access - The Courtenay Centre has full disabled access from the main entrance, with ramps and a lift for wheelchairs and mobility scooters and accessible toilet facilities. There is also a hearing loop installed.


Tea, coffee with a choice of biscuits are served during the break at a nominal cost half way through the evening.


Membership for 2019-2020 is £50 per person or £80 per couple. Student membership will be charged at £20 per person.


Newton Abbot Photographic Club, in common with other similar clubs and societies, was forced to suspend normal activity in early March 2020, because of the Coronavirus pandemic.

We have a programme in place for our 2020-21 season of indoor meetings from 1st September and it is our aim to recommence our activities from that date.

Clearly however, we are subject to the status of the virus itself, government lockdown rules, the availability of our meeting venue and a safe environment in which to operate. The safety of all our members remains paramount.

Currently, the position is unclear and we will not proceed with our programme until we can be certain it is safe to do so.

Nearer September 1st, all members will be advised of the latest position and whether we will be able to reopen as planned.

Details will also be posted on this website and on the Club’s Facebook page.


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