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28th Nov, 2021

Budding snappers sought for Cathedral competition

Rob George 6th Oct, 2021

WORCESTER Cathedral’s popular annual photographic competition has just launched, with participants encouraged to focus on the different ‘Aspects’ of the spectacular building.

Entrants are invited to capture new and unique aspects of the beautiful Cathedral through photography.

There are two classes open to the general public: Class 1 is for those aged 18 and over; and Class 2 is for those aged under 18 years. And there are prizes up for grabs too

In Class 1, the top prize is £75, with the second prize £35 and third prize is £25. In Class 2, the top prize is £35, second place can win you £20 and the third prize is £10. Certificates of Merit will also be awarded to the runners-up and the best entries will be featured in an exhibition at the Cathedral in February 2022.

Cathedral Chief Operating Officer, Val Floy, said: “We love to see the creative and stunning images that our visitors capture of our magnificent Cathedral. Our annual competition allows keen photographers the opportunity to share their work with us, have their captures displayed inside the Cathedral and even win a prize!

“We had a great response to this last year, and hope that people will be keen to share their works of art with us again, to celebrate the many different aspects of this stunning building.”

Entry costs £5 for adults to enter up to three photos. For Under 18s, it’s £3 to enter up to three photos. Entry forms and competition rules are available from the Cathedral Welcome Desk, inside the entrance. The closing date for entries is 5pm on December 31

Visit www.worcestercathedral.co.uk/whats-on for more.

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