Meetings are held at the RAFA club, Golden Hill, Leyland, PR25 3NN.
Meetings are on each Wednesday during the season (September to May) from 7.30 pm until approx 9.30. The society welcomes people of all ages and abilities, from new starters to seasoned amateurs and professionals.
We cater for all tastes in photography through print or digital media.
The facilities at our venue are suitable for wheelchair access, with easy access on a single level.
There is ample parking on the railway car park for £1.
Refreshments are available from the bar at modest cost.
If you are interested in joining Leyland Photographic Society please feel free to come along on any club night. Alternatively contact the Club Secretary by email
Print Mount Board
Print mount boards and backing boards are available to members over the closed season. Please see the Members pages for details
Our next club evening is Wednesday 5th September 2018.
The evening is
Please note: There is a competition this evening, the theme is Transport. Images must be submitted to the Secretary by mid-August
New Themes for the 2018-2019 Season
The new subjects for the "Theme Competition" were voted on at the club last week for the coming 2018-19 season and here are the results.
Comp 1: Windows
Comp 2: It's a small world
Comp 3: Colourful
Comp 4: Industrial
Comp 5: Street
Leyland Photographic Society did really well at this year's Southport Open (one of the BPE competitions)
with 4 members receiving awards.
Star of the show was Fred Parkinson who won a gold medal and a cup for best colour print.
Chris Ellison won the selectors medal with a colour print and Rob Hume was awarded a certificate for his print. Jane Dagnall was awarded a PAGB ribbon for a digital image
At the recent April Photographic Alliance of Great Britain Awards for Photographic Merit (APM) Rob Hume from Leyland Photographic society was awarded a CPAGB.
Congratulations to Rob, well done.
We are looking for images for the members gallery. Members may submit upto 12 images which can be up to 960px wide x 720px high and in sRGB colour space. If you have submitted images to Ruth which are 1600 wide these should be resized to 960 wide. Let Rob Hume have any images you would like to be uploaded.