A CAMERA club in Basingstoke will hold an exhibition for photography enthusiasts featuring a variety of pictures.

Basingstoke Camera Club will host the free event on the upper level of Festival Place, opposite Starbucks from April 13 to April 24.

The exhibition will feature photographs taken by members of the group, as well as provide an 'opportunity to see what activities and events the club has to offer' for people of all skill levels, from amateurs to experts.

READ MORE: Lurcher finds forever home with foster family after RSPCA appeal

The camera club, which holds weekly meetings at Oakridge West Community Centre, offers practical help, workshops, competitions and group outings to more than 70 members with interests in photography.

The event will also work to highlight the Basingstoke-based charity St Michael's Hospice, providing compassionate care for people in North Hampshire facing life-limiting illnesses, end-of-life situations, or bereavement.

It will also raise awareness for Tadley-based charity, The Olibob Arts Foundation, which works to ensure that all children have access to the performing arts, by providing grants or bursaries for drama or theatre projects in England and Wales.

The exhibition will be open from 11am to 6pm Monday to Saturday, and 11am to 4pm on Sundays.