Whilst the club is relatively new to Wokingham, it was formed much earlier in 1989 as the East Berkshire Photographic Society and operated for many years in the Bracknell area. The Society's move to Wokingham took place in 2005 and coincided with the opening of the Cornerstone building of All Saints Church. In 2006 the Society changed its name to the current one. The move to Wokingham has proved popular and there has been a growth in the club's membership.
Wokingham and East Berkshire Camera Club (WEBCC) provides for its members, a rich mix of competitions, (both for prints and Projected Digital Images), workshops, lectures and field trips. All skill levels are catered for and the club welcomes photographers with a range of experience - from complete beginners, looking to learn from other members - to seasoned photographers.
The club’s activities are aimed at the enthusiast and as such, it does not offer formal photographic tuition. The club experience allows members to learn from interaction with other members and from hearing an unbiased judge’s comments on not only ones own work but also that of others. However we have regular meetings where members give informal tutorials about a wide variety of photographic subjects.