Dark Rumours is the monthly newsletter of Workshop Camera Club. It is the official organ of the club, and members will receive email notification of that month's edition so as to retrieve it from the website.

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Newsletters Currently on Website
February:2018 2,458,282 bytes
December:2017 2,541,208 bytes
October:2017 2,623,867 bytes
September:2017 2,073,313 bytes
August:2017 3,040,769 bytes
June:2017 2,069,695 bytes
May:2017 2,876,487 bytes
March:2017 1,523,405 bytes
February:2017 1,242,380 bytes
December:2016 1,406,445 bytes
November:2016 1,973,437 bytes
October:2016 1,552,884 bytes
September:2016 2,186,696 bytes
August:2016 1,931,589 bytes
July:2016 2,479,748 bytes
June:2016 2,107,352 bytes
May:2016 1,936,081 bytes
April:2016 2,509,892 bytes
March:2016 2,087,029 bytes
February:2016 1,942,872 bytes
December:2015 1,528,942 bytes
November:2015 1,877,765 bytes
October:2015 1,744,335 bytes
September:2015 1,886,826 bytes
August:2015 1,936,497 bytes
July:2015 2,256,868 bytes
June:2015 1,162,960 bytes
May:2015 2,004,518 bytes
April:2015 1,342,216 bytes
March:2015 1,751,447 bytes
February:2015 1,936,600 bytes
December:2014 1,679,565 bytes
November:2014 1,400,082 bytes
October:2014 1,778,210 bytes

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