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The Haddenham & District Rotary Club is hosting another 'Young Photographer Competition' this year, with support from Paul Wilkinson Photography.

The subject (for all age groups) is "fun" and the Prize Total up for grabs is £300.

Entry Forms are available from:

  • Haddenham Library — Banks Park Haddenham
  • 'Pretty Like Pictures' — 12 Buttermarket, Thame
  • 'All People Photography' — 86 High Street, Waddesdon

Entries in sealed envelopes may be delivered to any one of the above.

Closing deadline for entries is noon on Friday 25th March 2016.

All entrants should live in or attend school or college in the Haddenham and District Area.

One printed photograph to be submitted which must be original and taken by the entrant. Photographs must be no smaller than 15cm x 10cm (A5) and no larger than 21cm x 30cm (A4).

A panel, which will include a professional photographer, will judge the entries and the judges will have sole discretion in the allocation of awards.

Prizes will be awarded at the Rotary presentation evening in May.

Questions & Enquiries:

Any questions or enquiries may be directed to either:

Roger Williams — Tel: 01844 238222 Emil: rgrgwilliams@aol.com

Michael Gregory — Tel: 01844 237327 Email: mikegregory.architect@virgin.net

Alan Dichler — Tel: 01844 291987 Email: adichler@dsl.pipex.com

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