Calling budding photographers

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After a fantastic response to their first photographic competition last year, the National Trust’s Dudmaston Estate have announced they will be running another this year.

The theme will be ‘views’ and keen photographers are asked to keep snapping to ensure as many seasonal scenes as possible will be covered for the 2016 calendar. Property administrator Nikki Hook said, “We’re delighted that broadcaster and keen photographer Jim Hawkins has agreed to join us once again as a judge. The quality of entries last year was high and we had a difficult job choosing our final 25.

JimBy launching this year’s competition early, we hope entrants will submit a good selection of different seasonal photos, which will look wonderful in both our calendar and our tea-room exhibition.”

Further information and entry forms are available at the property or via the website nationaltrust.org.uk/dudmaston-estate.

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