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Friday 26th August 2022

The Penryn Camera Club motorcaded to Hayle to photograph waders running ahead of the tide. Unfortunately, the pub, which, from Google maps, appeared to have an ideal view of the mudflats, didn’t so plan B - a pub lunch - happened instead. Shame!

Tummies full, we moved on to the Eric Grace Bird Hide. The expansive marshes graced by three lonely Curlews and mud, glorious mud. Couldn’t get the ladies to engage in mud wrestling so we resorted to chatting and enjoying a wildlife experts’ equipment and knowledge.

Most members moved on to the Kehelland National Dahlia Collection. £5.00 per car, good value for the amazing array of flowers.

We are gearing up to start our winter season 1st September where we meet weekly at Penryn football club, every Thursday, 19:30. Competitions, banter, tea and biscuits, knowledge sharing and something to look forward to every week.

If you'd like to join us, we will welcome you. You can contact us by email at until we fix our hijacked website. Meanwhile, our Facebook page is active;

Kehelland National Dahlia Collection splinter group
Kehelland National Dahlia Collection splinter group
Birds?  What birds??
Birds? What birds??

Dahlias everywhere
Dahlias everywhere
The camera never lies
The camera never lies


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