Walking with Cameras - A Guided Tour & Photo-walk around Topsham

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This photowalk will provide participants with a tour around Topsham & opportunities to photograph the town & views across the Exe Estuary.

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Walking with Cameras - Guided Tour of Topsham

Join us on Thursday 7th July, 2022 for a guided tour and photo-walk around the wonderful coastal town of Topsham.

This photowalk will provide participants with a guided tour (led by a guide from the Topsham Community Association) of Topsham and will highlight points of interest within the estuary port.

Topsham has fabulous views along the Exe Estuary for photographing, plenty of independent shops , antiques ( including several floors to browse at the former Customs House on the quay.) and characterful buildings to discover ( including elegant 17c Dutch-style merchant houses along The Strand).

This Photo-walk will take place on Thursday 7th July and it will begin at 1:00pm at Holman Way car-park and will last for around 90 minutes.

This tour will finish at the Museum and there will be an opportunity to partake in refreshments in the museum's tea rooms and wander around the museum and look at their collections.

We have some tables reserved, but if the weather allows, then refreshments can be taken outside in their lovely garden with a choice of sunny or shady spots under the apple trees, sheltered by surrounding walls.

Once the tour is over, it is up to you to further explore, if you want to.....

Visit the museums' exhibitions

Discover more of Topsham by taking a walk towards the estuary mudflats and Bowling Green Marsh RSPB Reserve area (home to a vast array of water-birds including avocet, dunlin, little ringed plover, and little egret.) or choose to have a mooch around the town shops and cafe's .

For more information about Topsham head to visit South Devon or Visit Exeter (where some of the above text was taken from)

Starting Point: Holman Way car-park

Finishing Point: Topsham Museum

The Chasing the Light and Walking with Cameras Project

This photowalk is part of a larger project called Chasing the Light and Walking with Cameras. This is a 3-year project in Exeter that will provide 6, 14-week participatory photography programmes and 64 photo-walks trips. In addition, there will be 2 participant curated exhibitions and each participant who takes part in participatory photography programmes will curate their own personal photo-book. This project has been funded by The National Lottery Community Fund's Reaching Communities Programme and it will enable participants to create their own photo-story, build a portfolio of images and take part in a fun and creative activity.

Walking with Cameras

The Walking with Cameras programme will provide an alternative means of social interaction and creative community engagement. Participants will be given the opportunity to visit a location for 2, 3 or 4 hours and create their own images or take part in a photographic task. The locations will be varied and will include local urban areas, country houses, farms, nature reserves, the coastline and the countryside.

Each participant will have the opportunity of publishing their best images via Meridian Raw CIC’s Flickr Galleries (internet-based photography albums). This will enable all the participants taking part in the photo-walks to see and comment on other participants images and help create an ongoing dialogue.

DISCLAIMER FOR PHOTO WALKS: Everyone who attends the photo walks does so at their own risk. Facilitators, venue tour guides & volunteers assume no responsibility for anyone attending any event & will not be held responsible for any accident, injury or loss occurring as a result of any event or in connection with travel to such event, however caused.

You indicate that you accept these conditions by attending the photo walk. Participants are responsible for wearing suitable footwear & clothing for the environment.

Participants are responsible for assessing their own risk, the safety of themselves and the suitability of any equipment used. Meridian Raw CIC cannot take responsibility for others possessions, or any loss of said possessions, so advise that they are kept with them at all times.

Any Medical Conditions that may affect the participants during the walk should be notified to the walk leader/facilitator prior to the start of the walk. No dogs are permitted, unless they are a service dog

Header Image: Topsham Tour & Photo-walk by Gaye Ilston

Footer Image: Topsham Tour & Photo-walk by Dave Frostick

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Meridian Raw CIC is a social enterprise that uses photography as an empowerment tool for marginalised communities and socially excluded individuals.  We bring about social change and advocacy through creative participatory photography workshops and community photographic projects.


Our vision is for people to have the opportunity to create space & time to make positive change in their lives

Our mission is to work collaboratively on a range of initiatives that involve & engage people in creative, participatory activities that bring communities together.



Through our guided photography workshops, participants will be encouraged to use digital or film cameras to take pictures that highlight personal issues in their life, provide an insight into their community, highlight issues around a given topic and communicate expressions of feelings through imagery.

Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers -Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

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