Get creative – enter the Save Capel photo competition

Aug 5, 2020

With summer upon us, we are launching a photo competition, with the results being announced at the end of August. Its your chance to get creative and show everyone what Capel means to you and why it’s so important that our parish, its character and its assets are protected.

There are two categories in the Save Capel photo competition; under- and over-16.

In both categories, we are looking for images that demonstrate what is special about the parish of Capel – pictures that show what we want to preserve and protect. Beyond that, you have free rein.

The winners, which will be selected by a team of judges, will fill the prime spot on the campaign website’s homepage for a month, will head Save Capel’s photo competition gallery also on our website, be our featured image on our social accounts for a month, and will receive a Save Capel t-shirt, a pen, and a box of delicious Tudeley tea. The two runners up in each category will receive a Save Capel bag and a pen. Our generosity is boundless!

If the competition proves popular, we hope to launch a winter photo competition at the end of November.

The competition is open to everybody except the Save Capel Executive and their families.

To enter, images, which must be original and unedited, should be emailed to  by the closing date, which is midnight Monday 24th August. Please also include the photographer’s name, where the picture was taken and which category you wish to enter.

Good luck !

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