Amateur photographers are being invited to submit their most inspirational shots of the borough to Bracknell Forest Council and the Economic Skills and Development Partnership (ESDP), to be in with a chance of winning some fantastic prizes.
‘Inspirational Bracknell Forest’ is the theme of this year’s photo competition, which is sponsored by local businesses. Photographers can each submit up to 10 images of what inspires them about living in the borough. This could be our thriving businesses, cohesive communities, amazing architecture or beautiful parks and wildlife.
Councillor John Harrison Executive Member for Culture, Delivery and Public Protection said:
“Last year our talented amateur photographers captured how the borough is a ‘Great Place to grow’, this year we really want to see photos of what inspires you about living, working and visiting the borough.
Winning photographers will receive prizes courtesy of our competition sponsors and will have their photos displayed in an exhibition at South Hill Park Arts Centre in 2020.”
The deadline for entries is the end of October.
To find out how to enter please visit our photo competition page.
Photo by Bob Collis: some of the winners, sponsors and organisers from last year’s ‘A Great Place to Grow’ photo competition at the exhibition of their images at South Hill Park. From left to right: Simon Fryer (Fryer Commercial), Janice Sizmur (photographer), Nick Thring (Duncan Yeardley), Ruth Mason (photographer), Sandia Lenarduzzi (photographer), Paul Smailes (photographer), Graham Pockett (Parks & Countryside Development Manager), Jeff Lawrence (judge), Bob Collis (Chairman of ESDP) and Olga Lysoivanova (photographer).