Club history

Croxley Camera Club was founded in 1960 by staff at the Dickinson Paper Mill on Croxley Moor. Membership cost one guinea (£1.05). Meetings were held at a number of locations in Croxley Green until the Club moved to St Oswald’s Church Hall in 1974, in 2010 the club moved to the Croxley Green Community Centre. All interests have been catered for through the years from glass plate prints, to black and white prints, to colour prints and slides and now digital images. The programme comprises talks from a variety of speakers from travelogues to practical buy crestor evenings. Croxley is a member of the Chilterns Association of Camera Clubs and regularly takes part in both internal and inter club competitions.

Croxley is known as “the friendly club” and has always been a very active in the community. Most notably with the presentation of an Annual Show, attendance at the Revels on the Green and until recently the production of a local scenes calendar. The calendar has now been replaced by a very successful DVD also of local scenes. A second DVD to celebrate our golden anniversary in 2010 is now available.