Bournemouth21st December 2020 by Michele Auborn
Bournemouth was a Branch of the Cameric Club. The first mention we have found of them is in “Cameric Notes and News Magazine”, Volume 1, new series, no 13, dated May 1947, which tells of a new member at their branch meeting, so they must have been in existence already.
Their next mention is in Volume 6, new series, no 6 dated December 1951, when they appeared on the back cover in a similar advertisement, which reads “The Lancashire, Yorkshire, Reading and Bournemouth Branches join with their London Camericans in wishing their President – Mr Blows, a Merry and well earned Christmas” .
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Greetings to all readers from the Hants and Surrey Branch. We are getting ready to come out of hibernation with a grand postal auction in April. Have a good look through this catalogue as there are some really exciting items included. And remember t
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