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YPS Sunday walkabout  

Although not part of our varied summer programme it was suggested by Bill D'Arcy that he'd like to try a photowalk around the Library of Birmingham Area. So a few of us headed out on a Sunday morning stroll. It was a relaxed occasion shooting owls to architecture for a hour and half.

We are looking to do similar walks in and around the city, so if you are interested in coming along please contact the club for more details.

A small selection of images are available to view in the YPS Events section of the gallery

© Stephen Cooper


We are sorry to announce the sad loss of long-time president and member of YPS, John Bate. John was well known and liked throughout the Birmingham and West Midlands photographic community and will be sadly missed by everyone who knew him. The club extends its sincere condolences to John's family and friends.

It is with great sadness that we announce the death of one of the club's long-standing members, Bryan Parker. The club extends its sincere condolences to Bryan's family and friends.


Dave Yate receiving cheque from David Boyce  

Dave Yates, judge of the last quarterly competition of the season, waived his expenses for a donation towards the Warwickshire & Northamptonshire Air Ambulance. He received a cheque for £100 from Yardley Photographic Society's Vice-President David Boyce on 8th April, 2014.

© Jason Skarratt


Sarah Redshaw receiving cheque from David Boyce  

Sarah Redshaw accepts a cheque for £120 on behalf of The Alzheimer's Society from Yardley Photographic Society's Vice-President David Boyce on 22nd October 2013, after a very entertaining and instructive presentation on her transition from top model to acclaimed photographer.



© Martin Coffey


Kay Reeve receiving cheque from John Bate  

On 12th March, 2013 we were privileged to be given an excellent and informative presentation by award winning photographer Kay Reeve FRPS, DPAGB, entitled "Pathways to Printing", after which she was presented with a cheque for £80 on behalf of Warwickshire Wildlife Trust by acting president John Bate.



Jumbo GB

For over twenty-five years Yardley Photographic Society has been involved with the Jumbo Run, an annual day out for children with disabilities and special needs organised by Jumbo GB.

Click Here to see an AV of previous Jumbo Runs.


Everyone at the club offer their congratulations to Mary Jenkins on the award of her APAGB in recognition of her many years of working for the M.C.P.F.



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