Rayleigh Camera Club

Welcome to the website for Rayleigh Camera Club. We are a long established club having been founded over 50 years ago when members met at the Love Lane School. We now meet on Monday evenings between September and April at the St Michael's Anglican Church Annex, Sir Walter Raleigh Drive, Rayleigh.

  • Rob Outen - Richmond Park Deer
  • John Morley - Not Primark!
  • Rob Outen - Long Path Ahead
  • Terry Taber - Abandoned
  • ronlevy_5_Natural History Sunflower
  • chrisbeddow_5_Sea shells
  • chrisbeddow_5_saxy man
  • brianmeadows_4_Butterfly at Rest
  • brianmeadows - Easy Rider
  • barrytownsend_4_sonny b_w6
  • brianmeadows_4_DSC_0994bw1
  • terrytaber_4_Looking up
  • stephendowden_4_Amorous Pigeons
  • lesliedown_4_Water Lily.1.
  • donmchugh_4_Clouded Yellow (Celias croceus)
  • donmchugh_4_Asian Forest Squirrel
  • John Morley - Gliding
  • barrytownsend_3_sunrise at Dovercourt
  • lesliedown_3_Untitled-1
  • donmchugh_3_20170909 Fambridge DS
  • Rob Outen -Wallasea Island Shed
  • Rob Outen -Sun Set at Hartland Quay
  • John Morley - Birmingham Library Escalators
  • barrytownsend_2_Benidorm
  • jackietownsend_1_Waverley Paddle Steamer
  • fredcatell_1_im not scared
  • donmchugh_2_20170717 Common Blue
  • tonycutmore_1_Kodak Red
  • Don McHugh; - High Kick
  • Mike Weal - Rocks
  • stephendowden_7_Leigh_on_Sea (3 of 5)
  • lesliedown_7_Chapel Bridge
  • Guy Gentry_Don't Be Shy
  • donmchugh_7_Cattle Egret Spreads it's Wings
  • donmchugh_7_Jet Ski Racer
  • Rob outen - Smoke Trail
  • John Morley - Rythm & Blues
  • Rob outen - Crafnant Valley
  • John Morley vulture
  • John Morley Outnumbered

We have a varied programme of lectures, practical evenings, competitions, and social events. We welcome people of all ages who have an interest in photography whether experienced or complete beginner. We cater for both digital and traditional film photography and run competitions for both print and digital projected images.

Our weekly meetings commence at 8.00pm and finish at 10.00pm. Visitors are always welcome.

Rayleigh Camera Club is affiliated to the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain (PAGB) through the East Anglian Federation of Photographic Societies (EAF)

*** Latest Club News ***

See the Competition page for the new Nature definition for PAGB competitions.


The results from this seasons competitions are posted in the members area of the website.

To access the members area you will need a user_id and password. If you do not already have these you can obtain them by registering at a club meeting.

The "Members Albums" section is available for any member who wants to have their pictures displayed in an album on the website. Images can be emailed to webmaster@rayleighcameraclub.co.uk Please resize images to a maximum size of 640 x 480 beforehand.

You can follow the club on Twitter @RayleighCameraC. Click the link at the bottom of this page to read our latest "tweets".