The aim of the Group is to focus on developing member's photographic knowledge and skills through a mixture of hands on learning, lectures, competitions in a relaxed and friendly social environment.

We view members work by internal competitions, fun competitive and non competitive meetings, shared knowledge and experience and arrange talks on a variety of subjects by experts or enthusiasts.

Benefits of joining:

  • Sharing your hobby with like minded people

  • Developing your skills

  • Social activity with Members

  • Access to a pool of knowledge

  • A friendly knowledgeable active membership.

Beaulieu Camera Group is always interested in attracting new members of any skill level and you are invited to join us at any of the Group meetings by either prior arrangement or just come along on the evening attend a meeting and meet our members at no cost.

Latest News

Monday, July 17, 2017

Visitors to the traditional English Fete enjoyed a beautiful sunny afternoon on the lawns of Palace house. On show were a wide selection of photographic prints, taken by the enthusiastic members of Beaulieu Camera Group

The exhibition was very popular and compliments on the diversity of style and quality of the photography were numerous. Visitors to the exhibition were asked to choose their favourite print . Votes were cast by over 350 people.

The the winning photograph (gaining 12%of the votes ) was taken by Greg Holmes . It was entitled 'Well Caught' and captured the magical moment of a Kingfisher catching a fish in mid air. Greg will be awarded the Bob Grier Memorial Trophy for the forthcoming year.

Second place was 'Pot Shop' by Barry Armstrong with Rob Snellgrove coming a very close third with 'Tortoise'.

Kingfisher Well Caught by Greg Holmes


Celebrity Favourite Print chosen by Sam Fraser (weather presenter on South Today) 

This year the fete was opened by Sam Fraser, a radio personality and a weather presenter on South Today.

Sam was invited to select her favourite photograph. It was a difficult choice and she finally decided on a graphic story telling image. It was taken by Alan Cooke at the Tate Modern and was entitled 'And frightened Miss Muffet Away'. It featured a small child framed between the legs of a giant sculpture of a spider. Alan received a bottle of Beaulieu Bubbly which was presented by Lord Montague.


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Sue Dunham exhibition organiser, Lord Montagu, Alan Cooke with winning image  'And Frightened Miss Muffet Away',  Sam Fraser South Today and radio personality , Hilary Flaxman exhibition organiser

 Report by Hilary Flaxman - Photographer Allan Orme

Full Results: Bob Grier Memorial Trophy