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St Thomas Calendar 2016 Call for Entries

Entries open for the 2016 Wednesfield Calender competiton.

CALLING ANYONE WITH A CAMERA! ST THOMAS’ CHURCH INVITES YOU TO SUBMIT A PHOTOGRAPH FOR THE 2016 WEDNESFIELD CALENDAR.

Following the incredible success of previous years Wednesfield Calendars, St Thomas’ Church will once again running a photography competition to generate the pictures for the 2016 calendar – and there is still time to enter!

Are you an enthusiastic amateur who could produce a photograph that shows Wednesfield at its best, an image that people will want to look at for a month? Are you a budding professional who has a brilliant shot of Wednesfield in the sunshine, in the snow, at Christmas or on market day? Are you the established photographer whose images celebrate one of the town’s best known parts or reveal one of its forgotten corners?

They’re looking for photographs that show Wednesfield at its best and will need 13 photographs:

  • one for the cover (ideally portrait format)
  • one for each month (ideally landscape format).

All entries must be received before the closing date of 17th August

Judging will talk place shortly afterwards by  our own Steph Clarke, award-winning co-founder of wv11.co.uk and part time photographer, Steve Elliot, professional photographer and the Rev’d Nick Watson, Team Rector at St Thomas’ Church, Wednesfield. We’ll  only be considering images that have been taken in and around Wednesfield that don’t include people … we’re looking for great shots of the town, not its gorgeous people!

Email entries to photocompetition@wednesfieldteam.org.uk with the words Calendar Competition in the subject or deliver via mail or by hand to St Thomas Church, Church Street, Wednesfield, WV11 1SS.

All envelopes should be clearly marked ‘Calendar Competition’.

For more details, including terms and conditions and how to enter, please see the notice in St Thomas’ Church.

 

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