The South London Photographic Society (known affectionately as SLPS) was founded in 1889, and is one of the oldest photographic societies in the country.
But don’t be put off by our grand name – ‘photographic society’ is just a posh name for camera club.
We are a small, friendly group of amateur photographers who meet together regularly on an informal basis.
ALL VISITORS WELCOME
LOCATION & TIME
We meet on Monday evenings at 8pm on the ground floor of:
Perry Rise Baptist Church
London SE23 2QL
If you arrive late and the door is locked, please ring the bell TWICE
There is plenty of parking available in adjacent streets
Local stations at Forest Hill, Penge East, Catford, Catford Bridge and Lewisham (DLR)
75 from Sydenham, Catford and Lewisham, or
356 from Forest Hill station
There is easy disabled access to the hall via a ramp
To find out more about visiting us or becoming a member of SLPS, contact our membership secretary:
For all other enquiries, contact our club secretary:
We cover the full range of levels – from beginner to expert, and the whole age range, from teenager to senior citizen.