Shropshire’s beauty

Budding landscape photographers across the county are being encouraged to capture photos of the county’s stunning countryside in a competition to mark the 70th anniversary of the Shropshire branch of the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE).

Running with the theme My Shropshire, the charity is asking photographers to enter images of the county’s beautiful and diverse landscapes, which best show why they love Shropshire.

Entrants to the competition, which launched on June 14, have the chance to win a number of fantastic prizes and the best entries will be displayed in exhibitions around Shropshire this autumn.

The competition will be judged by CPRE Shropshire’s board, alongside leading Shropshire landscape photographers John Hayward and Tina Corfield. The closing date is Friday 6 September.

For more information, visit CPRE Shropshire’s website: cpreshropshire.org.uk/photo-competition.

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