Winners of the Land Trust photography competition announced

8th January 2019

The winners of the Land Trust’s annual photography competition, Land Trust Through a Lens, have been revealed with the winners all featuring in the charity’s 2019 calendar.

The photographs had to be taken at Land Trust sites and could be entered into nine different categories.

Ten category winning images were chosen and sixteen entries were featured in the Land Trust 2019 calendar.

The category winners are below:

Winter: Robin Ford Johnston – Elba Park
Robin Ford Johnston - Elba

Spring: Steve Bolton – Rabbit Ings

Steve Bolton - Rabbit Ings

Summer: David Clark – Whittle Hall (Warrington)

Whittle Hall Duck Pond - David Clark

Autumn: Louise Elliot – Northumberlandia

LJ Elliot - Northumberland 2 October 2018

Environment: Alan Leech – Port Sunlight River Park AND Emily Stalmach – Rabbit Ings

 

Alan Leech - PSRP - Fox

Emily Stalmach - Rabbit Ings

Health: Andy Scargill – Countess of Chester Country Park

Andy Scargill - Health - Nordic Walking

Economy: Frances McManus – Port Sunlight River Park

Frances McManus - PSRP

Education: Chris Gomersall – Haig

Chris Gomersall - Haig - Community school helping coastal heath expand by planting 350 heathers grown on by them

Social Cohesion: Andy Scargill – Countess of Chester Country Park

 Andy Scargill - Chester - Carol singing

Alan Carter, Director of Portfolio Management at the Land Trust, said:

“The standard of entries submitted was fantastic.

“It’s great to see that so many people have spent time at Land Trust spaces capturing the fantastic things that are happening there.

“The winning photographs really captured the essence of what we do. They showed families out enjoying a day at the park or people keeping fit by using our parks to exercise outdoors.

“Others simply captured the beauty of nature: the things that many of us don’t get the chance to see often enough. It is fantastic to be able to put so many of these images in to one calendar.”

The calendar is available to download from the Land Trust website and 50 physical copies will be made available to win for those who complete a short survey for the Trust. More will be revealed on the Land Trust’s Facebook and Twitter pages.

To take a look at the calendar or download a copy, click here.


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