Castleisland Camera Club in Old Photo Search

Your old photographs – or good copies of them – are being sought by Castleisland Camera Club for their summer exhibition. ©Photograph: John Reidy

Castleisland Camera Club members are issuing a final appeal for old photographs from the area for their upcoming summer exhibition – according to club PRO, Breda McGaley.

“People can scan their old photos and email them to

Include Information

“We would remind people to include any information they have on the photos in the email too – date, venue, names, occasion, etc.

“People with old photographs can also contact a club member and we can arrange to scan them ourselves,” said Breda.

Contact Numbers

Castleisland Camera Club members’ contact numbers:

Breda McGaley, PRO, 086 1925551; Pat Hartnett, Chairman, 087 4191436; Annette O’Donoghue Joint Treasurer, 087 2266873; Mary O’Donoghue, Joint Treasurer, 087 1310598 and Sheila Hanrahan, Secretary, 086 3401348.

The camera club presented a cheque for €1,300 to Glebe Lodge Residential Centre early last December. The cheque represented the profits from the club’s Charity Coffee Morning and Exhibition which was held, with outstanding success, at The Market House / J.K. O’Connor’s on Saturday, November 18th. last.

The next meeting of Castleisland Camera Club will take place on this Thursday, June 14th at 7:30pm in the RCC building, Tralee Road. New members are always welcome!


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