Tunbridge Wells Commons Conservators have a very special photography competition to share with readers of all ages who are planning to use the Tunbridge Wells and Rusthall Commons for their daily exercise. Read more about it below…
Tunbridge Wells & Rusthall Commons Conservators Photography Competition
We fully appreciate that times are very challenging for us all at the moment, but we’d love you to help us share a little bit of magic for those self-isolating and stuck at home.
If you are already planning to use the Tunbridge Wells and Rusthall Commons for your daily exercise, then pop your camera or phone in your pocket.
When you see something that makes you think “Wow” (and we can guarantee that you will) then please take a photograph and enter it into our photography competition. All of the fabulous images will be available for the whole community to see and enjoy even if people are unable to get to see the Commons for themselves, they will be able to see it through your eyes.
More about Tunbridge Wells & Rusthall Commons Conservators Competition entries…
Whether you capture a butterfly, a newt, a beautiful orchid, your dog running around, a smile or a fabulous view we guarantee it will brighten someone’s day.
The Tunbridge Wells & Rusthall Commons Conservators competition is free to enter with a Junior (12 and under), Teen (13-18) and Adult Category. Entries can be of any aspect or area of the Commons, anything that celebrates the magic. The competition launches on 1st May 2020 and closes on 31st July 2020. The prizes include nature kits for the children and vouchers or wine for everyone else!
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Full competition details as follows:
- Please send your photograph to email@example.com Your entry email must include; name, date of birth, address, date the photograph was taken and where on the Common the image was taken.
- Any photograph is to be sent to be sent as a JPG/Jpeg file and be a maximum of 6MB.
- A confirmation-of-receipt email will be sent; if you do not receive this please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for clarification.
- Each entry must be the original work of the entrant and must not infringe the rights of any other party.
- Responsibility for ensuring the consent of the subjects in a picture lie with the photographer.
- One entry only per person.
- Editing and enhancing of a photograph is not allowed, but cropping is.
- Entries from professional photographers will be refused.
- Commons Conservators have a right to refuse an entry on any grounds.
- The Judge’s decision is final.
- Entry into the competition enables the Commons Conservators to reproduce your photograph to promote the Common, across our publications, the website, and social media pages without a fee. A credit will be given wherever possible.
- As a winner you would agree to moderate publicity and the use of your name, e.g. in a press release.