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Friday 13 to Sunday 15 May 2016

A large well organised, well attended, fun event. You might also want to visit the Bronte Parsonage and the surrounding moorland countryside is very beautiful.

Why not join in the fun and go suitable dressed and dig out your old period camera and use some real film.

Thursday 19th to Sunday 22nd May 2016

Somerset House, Strand, London WC2R 1LA

90 galleries, 480 artists, 33 talks, 3 major exhibitions.

Photo London brings together 80 of the world’s leading galleries in a major international photography fair  includes exhibitions, installations, talks, lectures, book signings and screenings.

Three major exhibitions: Don McCullin, Sergey Chilikov plus portraits by Craigie Horsfield.

Photo London is a spin off from the highly respected Photo Paris. Photo London 2015 was truly inspiring. If you only visit one photography exhibition this year, this is the one to see!

Travel by train, car share, or maybe go for a couple of days and take in other London galleries. (see the Exhibitions and Talks page)

Saturday 4th to Sunday 5th June 2016

A really interesting area to photograph – lots of (sadly) derelict Cotton Mills, canals & barges, and the surrounding countryside / moorland is stunning.

Car share in small groups and explore whatever interests you.

Saturday 30th July 2016

A group coach outing to Appleby Castle in Cumbria for members and partners.

Appleby Castle are holding a special event on Saturday 30th July with the Red Wyverns Historical Re-enactment Society performing archery, battle combat & cooking demonstrations in the Castle’s grounds.

The journey from Harrogate takes about 1 hour 30 mins via the A1 and then A66 to Cumbria. We would meet outside Harrogate Library on Victoria Avenue. If we leave at 9am, we should arrive mid morning.

We can have guided tours of the Castle’s inner rooms and access to the Red Wyverns event for £15 a head. Members will pay their £15 entrance on arrival at the Castle.

There is plenty of wildlife inside the Castle’s 27 acres with Red Squirrels, Buzzards and Wild Salmon and Trout in the River Eden which flows through the castle grounds.

Appleby-in-Westmorland is a lovely little town, renowned for the Gypsy Fair, and sadly in recent years for the extreme flooding.

The return journey will include a short stop in Richmond, before returning to Harrogate.

Cost for the coach travel is £15 per head.

You should all receive an email with full details. If you don’t please email:

There are 2 CLASSIC CAR EVENTS at Harewood House – you chose which one to go t0!

Sunday 7th August 2016
ROLLS ROYCE – North of England Rally


Friday 12 to Sunday 14 August 2016
VW FESTIVAL – Beetles, Bugs & Camper Vans

Check website for prices.

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