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Disabled Photography and Accessible Camera Clubs

Camera clubs for the disabledThe photography and camera club websites listed directly below in this area of ABLEize are specific and dedicated to disabled and special-needs photography and offer a range of information and online services including associations and facilities that offer or assist with disabled and special-needs photography such as dedicated camera clubs with wheelchair access, disabled parking, WC’s etc.

To find details of accessible, special needs and wheelchair friendly camera clubs that offer disabled as well as non-disabled facilities, exhibitions and events. Please click on your chosen sites below. The sites and camera clubs below have been hand selected because they claim to offer higher than average disabled access and showing keenness to involve the disabled person into all forms of photography. May include web sites and forums offering assistance or chat for the disabled photographer of any disability.

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Wheelchair accessible camera club in Bristol providing details of other activities, photographic competitions and membership along with a location map and telephone contact.

Camera club with disabled access located in Wiltshire. Check out members images, competition details and results and joining information.

Aims to cater for the needs of all photographers through lectures, discussions, learning events, competitions, outings, exhibitions and studio evenings. Has one step access to ground floor meeting room plus disabled facilities.

Hampshire camera club for all ages and abilities with disabled parking and WC facilities at their Avonway Community Centre located in Shaftesbury Street, Fordingbridge.

Based in Hornchurch, Essex offering a range of activities for people with disabilities including regular camera club meetings. Includes club contacts.

Essex club with many disabled members that enjoying photography. View location details, access information and future competitions. Includes online help and advice sections.

Disabled and wheelchair friendly club providing details of their summer and winter programmes, competitions and contacts along with online technical guides and photographic links of interest.

A user led camera club for anybody interested in both still and video photography, photographic printing and editing. The club was formed to help carers socialise through the hobby of photography. Disabled access is provided. Site provides meeting details and dates and how to join.

Fuully wheelchair accessible camera and photographic club in Hardingstone, Northampton also catering for the hearing impaired by being fitted with a hearing induction loop system. Includes meet dates and times via the website.

A well-equipped club in Sheffield providing disabled parking and club access and holding regular meetings, competitions and a number of photographic activities.

Located in Bristol and catering for all disabilities running regular photo shoots. Site provides details of their membership fees with contacts and how to join.

Disabled and able-bodied camera and photographic club covering all of Hampshire and located in Southsea. Site provides details of their club activities including black and white, colour and digital photography plus a number of events and how to join.

Wheelchair accessible camera club in St Agnes with membership open to all abilities. Site provides club location details and events dates.

An active camera club open to all abilities and offering good access for all users. Site includes details of members images, competitions and adjoining information along with some useful photography tips. Located in the Vale of Glamorgan, 20 miles from Cardiff.

An accessible camera club providing details of their venue along with an interesting programme of events, competitions and how to get involved. Includes contacts for more details.

A wheelchair accessible Northumberland photographic club with details of their weekly meetings, events and exhibitions. Includes new members details.