Not long left to enter Active Fakenham photo contest

Submitted for the Active Fakenham photo competition PICTURE: Courtesy of Active Fakenham

Submitted for the Active Fakenham photo competition PICTURE: Courtesy of Active Fakenham - Credit: Courtesy of Active Fakenham

After a computer bug delayed submissions, time is almost up on the Active Fakenham photo competition.

Submitted for the Active Fakenham photo competition PICTURE: Courtesy of Active Fakenham

Submitted for the Active Fakenham photo competition PICTURE: Courtesy of Active Fakenham - Credit: Courtesy of Active Fakenham

After a computer bug delayed submissions, time is almost up on the Active Fakenham photo competition.

A variety of photos have been submitted for the first photo competition run by the community group. A website glitch delayed entries, but the system has now been fixed.

A sunset in the back streets PICTURE: Courtesy of Active Fakenham

A sunset in the back streets PICTURE: Courtesy of Active Fakenham - Credit: Courtesy of Active Fakenham

Organiser Richard Crook said: "One of the reasons we are holding a photo competition is to highlight and promote local businesses and clubs. We're not just looking for technical expertise, we're also interested in subject matter. Don't miss this free opportunity."

Winners will receive a one-to-one session with a professional photographer, looking to improve the winner's work. Winning photos will be seen as part of a Fakenham calendar, as well as featuring on postcards and posters, and in a digital exhibition this August.

The war memorial in the marketplace PICTURE: Courtesy of Active Fakenham

The war memorial in the marketplace PICTURE: Courtesy of Active Fakenham - Credit: Courtesy of Active Fakenham

Enter on the Active Fakenham website before June 30.


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