Our Location

Our Location

Beginners Class & Free Introductory Evenings.

Beginners Class


Our beginners class is held every second Thursday throughout the winter programme at 7:30pm. Everyone is welcome and there is no need to be a club member to join the class. The cost of this evening is just two pounds.

If you were unable to start at the beginning of this course, you are still welcome to join us later in the programme. For details and dates, go to ‘Beginners – Educational Programme’ on our home page or use this link Beginners Programme

Free Introductory Evenings

If you are interested in photography, but not quite sure if you want to join a photographic club yet. You are more than welcome to visit us on any club night Tuesday at 7:30pm to see what it’s all about. No charge will be made for your first few introductory visits and you can be sure of a warm welcome.

What’s On

For our main club programme, look under ‘What’s On’ – NPS Winter Programme or use this link What’s On 

End of Season Curry Night 30th August 2016

Kenfig Nature Reserve – 23rd August 2016

Kenfig Nature reserve

On Tuesday 23rd August 2016 we meet at the club as usual and leave for Kenfig Nature Reserve at 6.30pm. This will be our last practical evening of the 2016 summer programme.

Kenfig Pool

Kenfig Pool lies at the heart of the national nature reserve and is a valuable stopping point for migrating birds. The lake’s maximum depth is about 12 feet. An island, built by the aristocrats living in nearby Margam to encourage wildfowl to nest there, has long since sunk beneath the waters.

Crai Reservoir-Tuesday 16th August 2016

We meet at the club on Tuesday 16th August and leave for Crai Reservoir at 6.30pm

Crai Reservoir


Crai Reservoir is a storage reservoir located in the Brecon Beacons National Park for the water supply to the city of Swansea and was built between 1898 and 1906 by Swansea Corporation. The reservoir now supplies water to the towns in the valley of the River Tawe and north Swansea. The location of the reservoir was chosen as it was upstream of the heavily industrialised parts of the Tawe valley and in an area of high rainfall with as large an upstream catchment as possible.