Havering Museum’s Photographic Club to launch exhibition

PUBLISHED: 12:06 29 August 2018 | UPDATED: 15:06 29 August 2018

Havering Museum.

Havering Museum.


An exhibition to showcase the outstanding work of a photographic club will launch next weekend.

Havering Museum’s Photographic Club’s exhibition will open on Saturday, September 8, and will have photographs full of creativity, nature and architectural wonder on display.

Director Ellen Owen said: “As always, the exhibition has the Wow factor and leaves me wishing I could produce such wonderful images.

“Sometimes our photos help us to hold on to memories, at other times they tell a story, capture that fleeting moment or record an image simply because it looks good and makes us feel something.

“So if there are other budding photographers out there who want to have fun with their photography, come along and join the club but first visit the exhibition and be impressed!”

The exhibition will run from September 8 - October 27.

For more information on viewing times and events at the museum, visit

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