Views of Weardale competition

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Next year the Trust will be working with its partners at the Living Uplands project to produce a Natural History of Weardale both online and in print. We would like to bring the area to life and we need a fantastic selection of photography to do that.

So we are asking our supporters, the residents and visitors of Weardale and anyone with an enthusiasm for photography to submit their finest work into our Views of Weardale competition.

We are looking for your best photographic captures of wildlife or landscapes from the Weardale area, with two age categories under which to enter: 18 and under and over 18s.

The winning entry in each category will be offered the opportunity to experience Weardale’s greatest wildlife spectacle: the biggest black grouse lek in the dale.

Trust Director Jim Cokill said:
“I’ve had the privilege of visiting this lek and it is an opportunity any photographer interested in wildlife wouldn’t want to miss. It will be an unforgettable experience.’’

There will also be two ‘Highly Commended’ prizes in each category and age group. Each winner and each photograph rated ‘highly commended’ will also receive a printed canvas of their image.

The deadline for submitting an entry is 5pm on Friday 13th March

Please complete the form below to enter (please note, the file size for entries is limited to 10MB):

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