What’s on at the Club Tonight
Tonight is Round 1 of the Colour Print Competition to be judged by Kisty Ralfs.
Next week (6 October) is an evening where members show some of their work.

Next Camera Club Outing
Will be a London Walk on Saturday 15 October. Watch this space for more details and meeting information.

Summer Project
Congratulations to Steve Jones and his team on winning the summer project presentation on Gardens.

What’s on this Weekend
Autumn Ambles Weekend – Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 October
A weekend of free walks all around London organised by TfL.
Best advice is simply to visit their website (walklondon.org.uk) and check out which ones appeal.

NFL on Regent Street – Saturday 1 October
The NFL returns to Regent Street with plenty of fun and games on the eve of the first of the 2016 NFL International Series games, between the Jacksonville Jaguars and Indianapolis Colts. Experience all the excitement of the NFL as one of London’s most famous streets closes to traffic between Piccadilly Circus and Oxford Circus. As well as interactive games, historical displays, performances by music acts and NFL cheerleaders, you’ll have the chance to see star players and head coaches from both teams take time out from their game preparation to appear on stage.

Annual Closure of the Thames Barrier – Sunday 2 October – 8:25am – 6:25pm
The Thames Barrier is closed for a full test once per year for a full day – and a convenient day to visit. It’s a chance to see the barrier in its fully closed position, and usually coincides with a high tide.

Fun Palaces 2016 – Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 October
During the first weekend of October, people all over the country are getting together in the name of art and science and setting up temporary Fun Palaces. The campaign is based on an idea conceived by the late theatre director Joan Littlewood and architect Cedric Price in 1961 to create a ‘laboratory of fun’ for children and adults alike; a place where people could get creative, learn to do something or watch someone else doing it. For its third year, already 40 palaces have been planned to pop up across London, including at Brockwell Lido, the Southbank Centre (materials provided) and Ovalhouse, the Boundary Estate, Polka Theatre, Brockwell Lido, Stratford Circus, Crystal Palace Park and the Half Moon Theatre. There’s no end to the skills to be learnt and fun to be had, to search for the Fun Palaces near you, visit funpalaces.co.uk/discover.

Astronomy Photographer of the Year Exhibition at Royal Observatory, Greenwich on now and until Friday 23 December
Once again you can expect to see remarkable feats of astrophotography at the Astronomy Photographer of the Year exhibition. It’s a chance to see magical views of both our own night sky and of galaxies far, far away. The winning spacey visions come from dozens of professional and amateur snappers in various categories including ‘Planets, Comets and Asteroids’, ‘Stars and Nebulae’, ‘Galaxies’ and ‘Young Astronomy Photographer of the Year’ for under-16s. Free entry.