Wild snaps at Jackfield

A stunning new free exhibition featuring entries from the 2018 British Wildlife Photography Awards will be on display in the Footprint Gallery, adjacent to Jackfield Tile Museum, in the Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site from Saturday 11 May until Saturday 10 September.

The inspirational images are a celebration of British wildlife in all its beauty and diversity from a range of hugely talented amateur and professional photographers practising across the UK. They highlight the great wealth and diversity of Britain’s natural history providing a showcase for the very best nature photography.

Established in 2009, the British Wildlife Photography Awards aim to raise awareness about British biodiversity, species and habitats. As well as having their work showcased in the exhibition, the winners and commended entrants are featured in a beautiful new book.

The Footprint Gallery at Jackfield Tile Museum and is open every day between 10am and 4pm. For further information, call 01952 433424 or visit ironbridge.org.uk.

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