Created: 10 Apr 2018 16:02
Updated: 15 Oct 2018 10:46

Jack Lowe has loved lifeboats and photography since he was a boy. Now, after a successful photographic and printing career, he has embarked on an epic adventure that unites his two passions: The Lifeboat Station Project. Jack is travelling to all 238 RNLI lifeboat stations in the UK and Ireland to photograph the brave volunteer crews. But this is not straight-forward photography. Jack works as the Victorians used to, capturing images on glass using a mobile darkroom — a decommissioned ambulance called ‘Neena’.  With 100 lifeboat stations already behind him, Jack will reach the half-way point of his six-year odyssey this year. The Project has been featured in the national media, garnered a huge following online and will result in fund-raising books and exhibitions. But it hasn’t always been plain sailing. Come along and meet the man behind one of the biggest photographic projects ever undertaken — and find out what happens when you follow your heart.


Followed by a club supper.



Main course

Turkey and bacon pie, sage creamed potato, and vegetables



Carrot cake and Victoria sponge with clotted cream




(Could you please let us know by 7.00pm)

Mediterranean vegetable penne pasta with parmesan

Date and time

Tue, 16 Oct 2018 19:00
 Members and guests only