Barnet & Finchley Photographic Society has been in existence since 1935.
We are the proud owners of our own club room, giving us a degree of independence that is rare in small groups.
The club is keen to welcome new members, especially beginners, but also photographers of all standards who wish to improve their photographic skills or share their knowledge with others.
A group of enthusiastic calligraphers, lettering artists and those who are simply interested in letters as an artform. We hold regular monthly meetings and have a varied programme of lectures, workshops and exhibitions. Visitors are very welcome at most events.
Meetings held at Cufos Community Centre, top of The Avenue, London N10 2QE
“Enfield Wood Carving Club is a small local friendly non-profit wood carving club which has been running for over 25 years and meets once a week on Tuesday evenings between 7-30 pm and 9-30 pm in Enfield. Tools and tuition available.
New members of all abilities always welcome.
If you are a complete beginner or an experienced wood carver and would like to join a small friendly group of like-minded individuals to create carvings in wood give us a call on the number below for further details.
The cost is just £15 per month for club members which is to cover the cost of room hire and insurance.”
“First Monday of the month between 5.15pm and 7.15pm at St John the Baptist Church.
Everyone is welcome. Come and either learn top knit or sew or share your skills.
Bring alomg anything that you have started to amke or want advice on.
Make something for yourself or the church.
Contact Joanna Sutherland-Young for more information.”
“Come and knit or crochet with us! Exchange tips, ideas and encouragement with a slice of cake! Beginners to experienced knitters welcome. Bring your wool and needles and join Suraya of Mahliqa Knitted Wire Jewellery.
EVERY WEDNESDAY – 10am – 12pm.”
The Waiting Room
50-52 Totteridge Lane
“The Barnet Guild of Artists is an active association of amateur and professional artists.
Founded in 1948 to provide facilities for the practice of the visual arts, and to encourage the appreciation and understanding of them, it continues to offer a valuable focus for the activities of many local artists.”