Focusing on camera skills with a photography competition in Witchford

PUBLISHED: 12:12 03 December 2018 | UPDATED: 12:12 03 December 2018

Witchford Photography competition. Jim Sawyer

Witchford Photography competition. Jim Sawyer


Life was put under focus when a photography competition using that theme was held in Witchford.

Witchford Photography competition. Under 18 winner Lauren GilbertWitchford Photography competition. Under 18 winner Lauren Gilbert

The competition took place in St Andrew’s Church with entries on the theme “life” judged by visitors to the church.

Prize winners were Keith Furness in the adult section, with highly commended to Lyn Jones and Jim Sawyer.

The under 18s winner was Lauren Gilbert.

Coffee and cake was served and visitors entered a quiz. The winner of the best word to describe church in a positive way was Mark Divall offering the word ‘focal’.

Witchford Photography competition. Jim Sawyeris is commended for his entryWitchford Photography competition. Jim Sawyeris is commended for his entry

Winner of the monthly draw for the newly formed 200 club was Penny Dilks.

The next photographic competition will be held in St Andrew’s Church in November 2019. To enter send up to three unmounted photos A4 size or less on the theme ‘animals’ to Rosemary Westwell, Antipodes, 17 Common Road. Witchford, Ely Cambs.

Put your name, address, age (or adult) and contact details on the back.

• Coming up at St Andrew’s Hall is a carol concert on Tuesday December 4 from 4-6 pm.

Witchford Photography competition. Recommended Lynn JonesWitchford Photography competition. Recommended Lynn Jones

Witchford Photography competition. Winner Keith FurnessWitchford Photography competition. Winner Keith Furness

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