Welcome to Mid-Cheshire Camera Club

Founded in 1976, we are a club for photography enthusiasts and those who want to improve their photographic skills. From September to April we meet every Wednesday at St Andrews Methodist Church, Dingle Lane, Winsford CW7 1AA at 7:45 p.m. for 8 p.m.start.

We offer a varied annual Program that covers everything from Camera Basics to Practical Sessions to Competitions. As part of the Lancashire and Cheshire Photographic Union (L&CPU), we regularly view folios of a cross-section of high-quality images that hopefully educate and inspire.

The new Programme (provisional) for the 2022/23 season is now available to view in the programme section.

Please note This page will be updated with any changes to the Programme.

MCCC actively encourages visitors or prospective members to the club, however, a small charge of £2.50 (£3.00 if a ticket is purchased to watch a presentation via Zoom) will be payable on the door to assist MCCC in covering its costs.

MCCC is an excellent place for social interaction with like-minded people who just enjoy their photography. The Wednesday evening meetings are an ideal opportunity to catch up with fellow members picking up tips and tricks in relation to your photographic technique, equipment and if you are lucky, good places to go and take interesting and imaginative photographs.

Do you fancy obtaining your first photography accreditation? Then this is the place to do it with experienced members to assist and inspire you on your journey.

Zoom Ticket sales for MCCC Zoom events

Tickets will be available to purchase from our website from the Saturday prior to the Wednesday meeting.

Tickets cost £3.00 and can be purchased via a secure online transaction.

All MCCC Q&A Sessions are free to MCCC Members

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Check out our latest Slideshow

This is the first slideshow of our new 2021/22 season. Our congratulations go out to Ian Whiston for taking the winning image.
Further slideshows can be viewed by clicking on the button below.

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Read the Latest News Story

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This week's article reports on the wonderful presentation given by Carol McNiven-Young in relation to Creative Studio Portraiture.

Local Events to Photograph

MCCC is informed from time to time of a number of Photographic events happening around the region. This section of the Home page details these events for the information of members who may choose to attend.

**MCCC members should, prior to travelling, check any advertised event to ensure of any COVID restrictions or possilbe cancellations.**

Mid Cheshire Camera Club Coffee Morning

Mid-Cheshire Camera Club Coffee Morning
Members of Mid-Cheshire Camera Club are hosting a coffee morning to bring awareness of the club to the local community with a view of attracting new members.

If there are any photographers in our community wanting to improve their skills or submit their images to local and regional competitions then please come along to our coffee morning for a relaxed introduction to our club.

The coffee morning is being held at St Andrew's Methodist Church, Dingle Lane, Winsford on Saturday 20th August 2020 between 10am - Noon.

MCCC is on Facebook


MCCC Committee is encouraging members to actively use and post messages and images to our new Facebook Group. This is a different platform from our already established Facebook Page. Clicking the FB icon will take you to our FB Page, click the squirrel below to go directly to our FB Group.

Members are free to post comments and images within the group. Once the posts have been verified they will appear on the news feed.

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Northwich Guardian Facebook Group

Guardian Camera Club
Fancy getting your pictures published in the local newspaper? Then consider joining the Northwich Guardian Facebook group. This group is for readers of the Northwich, Winsford and Middlewich, Knutsford and Wilmslow Guardian to share their favourite pictures of the town and swap ideas.

Any pictures posted in this group may be printed in the newspapers with full credit.

Click on the Guardian Image to navigate automatically to their Facebook Group site.