Bright and vibrant photographs have taken over an Atherstone based tea room.
The White Hart Tea Room is playing host to an exhibition from the Hinckley and District Photographic Society.
Based at the bottom of Long Street in the town you can see a variety of landscapes, seascapes, wildlife, architecture and trains.
The group which meets in the Holy Trinity Church Centre on Fridays 7.30 – 9.30pm September – April heard about the exhibition space through a friend who used to work in Atherstone.
They have a varied programme of speakers, competitions and tutorials, but thought it would be nice to get some of their work in a public place for the public to enjoy.
Secretary Martyn Fisher says “We are grateful to the Volunteer Centre North Warwickshire for letting us display our work. The staff and volunteers have been very accommodating.”
The prints are for sale at a reasonable ten pounds each, with blank cards priced at just 50p.
If you would like to have a look at the photos you can pop in and enjoy tea and cakes in the tea room at the same time.
From Monday the Volunteer Centre North Warwickshire and tea room is changing its opening hours.
You will be able to visit the exhibition Mondays and Fridays 10 – 1pm. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays 10 – 3pm.
The next exhibition will go up at the start of September. Vintage Volunteer Centre is an arts and crafts display from the new North Warwickshire Wellbeing Group.