And it’s FREE

For the 2020/2021 season DPS is Free to join.  All membership subs have been waived so there is no better time to come along and see what we can offer (alas only on Zoom at present).

Still Zooming along

Still Zooming along


Yes, due to the continuing restrictions on meeting physically, DPS is conducting all its meetings via Zoom until the current situation changes.   Join uson a Monday night by contacting Jeff Stevens by an email at   You will .be most welcome

Zoom, here we come

Following the latest Government regulations on groups over 6 members, DPS has again suspended its physical meetings and is resorting to Zoom meetings hopefully commencing with the Novice Trophy on Monday 21st September.

Details of how to log in will besent to members sometime in the next week or so.

New Season

Hooray!   The new season of Driffield Photographic Society will be opening on Monday 7th September at 7.30pm in the Maple room at the Bell Hotel.

Coronavirus precautions will be in place and we ask you to obey all safety requests in force for you own and other members’ protection.  Social distancing will be in place, hand sanitisation and collection of contact details will be required.

We hope to see you there.

Summer Outings

Since the government has loosened the terms of the lockdown, we have an opportunity to meet again in a restricted way.  We are proposing three Summer Evening Outings within the current guidelines.
The three proposed evenings are
Monday 15th June     Millington Dale and Woods
Parking in the car park at Millington Woods or anywhere safe in Millington Dale from the Huggate turn down to Millington village.  The more adventurous might consider walking up any of the footpaths or Access Land to the top of the Dale to get better views.  The less athletic could consider Millington Woods, Sylvan Dale or the village.
Monday 13th July     Flamborough
You can choose between North Landing, The Lighthouse and South Landing. The clifftop footpath is fairly narrow in places but members should be able to Socially Distance.
Monday 3rd August     Beverley
The town of Beverley is packed with photos just dying to be taken.  The historic buildings, the people, areas like The Beck or The Westwood are awaiting you.
There will be a number of rules which members taking part must abide by if we are going to keep this safe and legal.  They are as follows
The outings are held in the open air
Members should go in their own cars or only with members of their own households
Once there, members may join into groups of no more than six people.
Members must sanitise their hands on arrival and at regular intervals and on returning to their cars.
Members may consider facemasks but these would not be compulsory.  Facemasks in the open air are not necessarily effective.
Members must maintain a 2 metre distance between them and other members unless they are members of their household.
Member who have shown any symptoms which might be related to Covid 19 must not attend the meeting
The invitation is for current members of DPS only
All members attend these evenings at their own risk and are expected to act in a responsible and safe manner
Unless the government’s regulations change there will be no meeting in a pub organised.
If members wish to meet, they should organise their own time and location between themselves

Norman Trophy

This year we won the Yorkshire Coastal Photographic Groups’s Norman Trophy.

Here are the results .

1. Heritage Railway by Dave Hartley {19)
2. Flamborough Lighthouse by Ernie Howard (18)
3. Solitaire by Brian Jackson (20)
4. The Coalman by Darren McDonald (19)
5. The arctic Corsair Fishing Trawler by David Irelans (18)

1. Lighting The Lamp by Darren McDonald (15)
2. Heritage railwayman by Dave Hartley (20)
3. Heritage Farming by Steve Shipley (20)
4. Transporter Bridge by Brian Jackson (16)
5. Salts Mill by david Ireland (19)

Totals 184 1st

Other Clubs

The Wolds 177 2nd

F.ocus 177 2nd

Hornsea 173 4th

Pocklington 171 5th

Beverley 162 6th

February Cuppa and Capture

11 am Saurday 29th February 2020

Sewerby Hall Cafe

Subject:  Geometric Shapes and Textures

Next Cuppa and Capture

The first Cuppa and Capture session for 2020 is organised for Saturday 25th January.

Details are


Bell Trophy venue

Just to let you know that the Bell Trophy is to be held at the Main Golf Club on Bridlington South, Belvedere Road YO153NA on Thursday 21st November 2019. Starts 7.30pm.