Winning storm

The winners of a Shropshire photo competition were unveiled at a special exhibition at National Trust’s Attingham Park. The countryside competition was launched by Campaign to Protect Rural England and was open to all non-professional photographers across Shropshire, with the winners being announced last November.

With over 400 entries, the winning image was Storm on the Shropshire Hills, by Richard Greswell. Chair of the Shropshire branch of Campaign to protect Rural England, Sarah Bury said, “We were treated to a really impressive selection of images showcasing the beauty and diversity of the Shropshire countryside. We hope local people will get a chance to visit and see these carefully crafted shots of Shropshire’s varied and stunning landscapes.”

To mark CPRE’s 70th birthday the exhibition will be moving to other venues over the winter, including Telford Town Centre and Bear Steps Gallery in Shrewsbury. To see all the winning images visit

Winner Rick Greswell’s Storm on the Shropshire Hills


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