Change to Programme

The meeting on Tuesday 12th January has been canceled as our lecturer Roger Hance FRPS is unable to attend, it has been rescheduled for the end of March. Our friends and neighbours at Warringotn DCC have invited us to join their meeting on Monday 11th January with 'Venice' by Keith Barber. Zoom invites will be sent out.

WPS Third in LCPU Knockout

Warrington PS achieved joint 3rd place in the LCPU knockout competition at the weekend. A total of 38 clubs throughout Lancashire and Cheshire entered this competition and we are proud to have achived 3rd place with Lynn and Joan making it through to the final round. the competiton was run as PDI  online due to covid.

Jim Holmes Lecture 10th November

Warrington PS is happy to invite Jim Holmes back to the club on 10th November. Jim Holmes is a British/Australian professional documentary photographer that has lived and worked throughout the world.  He worked extensively for Oxfam and the United Nations, and has also photographed for many tourist guides and educational books, including Japan. Jim Lived in Japan for many years while working on these projects and this talk is his personal journey through the contradictions of Japanese life.

Bowing to Tradition, unexpected sides to Japanese Society

From the country that gave us all that is high tech and automated it comes as a surprise to find that many aspects of Japanese society defy modernity.  Children’s pushchairs still made out of rattan, tiny tractors for miniscule fields and bullfighting where nothing gets hurt, there’s much more than mega cities, Buddhist temples and volcanos in Japan.  Travel with me through the less expected sides of Japanese life and see how simple, handmade and contradictory it really can be.


Zoom is new normal

Warrington PS has now completed two meetings of the season via Zoom and they have been successful and well attended. the Committee is determined to keep the club running , meeting and socialising as best we can through the covid pandemic. We have some great lectures planned and Zoom has allowed us to book lecturers in other parts of the UK.

Due to the winter covid situation, the committee has agreed that all meeting will be held via Zoom until end of February 2021. The programme has been updated to reflect the lectures booked for this period and the remainder of the season. We are hoping to be able to meet in person in March 2021.


New Season Starts 15th September via Zoom

The new 2020-21 season starts on Tuesday15th September and we are pleased to welcome Lynne Morris to the club as our opening lecture. Due to Covid we are meeting via Zoom for the forseable future but we welcome all members, past members and visitors. Visitors please use the contact page to message us and we will send you a lecture link.

There is also a reminder that the hand-in for the first monthly competiton is this week so please have your entries ready.