Local Events

Events happening in the local area… these could make for good photo opportunities, a day out, etc.

Check back here often as new events are added regularly, sometimes at short notice!

A listing of What’s On local events pages is also listed here, so you can check for yourself for local events that may not be listed individually on this page.

If you are aware of any upcoming events not already listed here that you think may be of photographic interest to other Society members, please send details in an email to the Webmaster to submit the event for consideration for inclusion here. Please include in the email as many details as possible about the event, including as a minimum WHERE and WHEN it is (date AND time where known).  Please also include a link to the event’s web page where this is available.

However interesting the event may seem, potential events will quite possibly not be included in this list if I have to go searching for too many details before I can add it!

PLEASE NOTE: Listings of promotional events or sites on this website should not be taken as an endorsement of that event or site of any kind by the Adur Photographic Society. Unless otherwise stated, Adur Photographic Society is not responsible for sites or events listed here, and has no involvement with any of the organisations or individuals named.

15th April 2018 – Brighton Marathon

Sunday 15th April 2018 – Brighton Marathon, start time is 0900BST.

The Brighton Marathon Weekend runs between Friday 13th and Sunday 15th April 2018, encompassing Brighton Marathon, BM10k, the Cancer Research UK Kids & Teens Mini Mile Races and the Exhibition.

Click here to visit the official Brighton Marathon website for more details.

21st January 2019 – Total Lunar Eclipse

Monday 21st January 2019 – total lunar eclipse, will be visible over north-west Africa, Europe, and the Americas.

The total eclipse lasts for over one hour; it begins at 04:40:44 UTC (GMT) and ends at 05:43:40 UTC (GMT), with the moment of greatest eclipse at 05:12:12 UTC (GMT). For more information, click here to visit the Hermit Eclipse page. Obviously viewing is location and weather dependant.