3rd September 2010

Shropshire Photo Competition

An exciting photography competition has been launched by a team from Shropshire Council who are using their spare time to raise money for The Prince’s Trust. The competition entitled ‘What Shropshire Means to Me’ is looking for innovative and exciting photographs that capture the essence of Shropshire to the individual.

Nicholas Middleton, Beacon Co-ordinator from Shropshire Council said, “The competition is being sponsored by Müller Dairy, who are very proud of their Shropshire heritage and want to encourage as many participants as possible to enter this fantastic competition.”

“The 12 winning entries will then be published in a 2011 calendar that promotes the beauty of Shropshire to all, both within and outside the county. The competition is open to amateur photographers of all ages and is free to enter. All photographs should not have been used in any other competition or promotion. The money raised from the sales of the calendar will go directly to the Prince’s Trust in the West Midland’s, helping tackle the problems facing young people within the area.”

The competition closes at 5pm on 1st October 2010 and there are some great prizes on offer.

Details on how to enter and full terms and conditions can be found at www.shropshirephotocompetition.co.uk

 

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