“Making Space for Nature” Photo Competition 2021
Cornwall Council has joined forces with the University of Exeter to create the Making Space for Nature Photo Competition 2021.
Running from 14th May to 30th June the competition is encouraging people in Cornwall to get out and explore its green spaces by photographing urban nature within walking distance from their house.
Photos can be submitted on two themes: “Urban Wildlife” and “Parks & People”. Submissions will be divided into two age categories, Under 16 and 16 and Over. The winner in the Under 16 category will receive a bee pot mini concrete planter and solitary bee house from Green&Blue while the 16 and Over winner will receive an Eden Project pass. Additionally, winning photographs will be displayed on the University of Exeter website and used to promote the Making Space for Nature project.
The closing date for entries is Wednesday 30 June 2021 and winners will be notified by Monday 5 July. A prize presentation will take place on Friday 16 July at Castle Park, Liskeard.
How You Can Enter
You can enter the competition by emailing one photo per entrant to email@example.com. The email should include your photo, your name, where the photo was taken and the names of any subjects in the photograph, as well as your email address and/or phone number in the email. Your file size should not exceed 20MB and be formatted to JPG.
Further information and full Terms & Conditions can be found at www.exeter.ac.uk/esi/community/making-space-for-nature/