The August winner of the Wonders of Wrexham 2018 Calendar competition has been announced as Steve Harvey from Bangor on Dee.
Steve’s shot of the Monk’s Bridge over the Llangollen canal just outside Chirk was judged the best of all the entries and judges were once again impressed with the quality of entries.
Steve gives his photo the amusing description of “Chugging along the Llangollen Canal” which is exactly what many people did for their holidays in August.
“I am very pleased to have gained the August spot. The canal is a beautiful place to take photos and I am often taken with the spectacular scenery that surrounds it. Wrexham has some wonderful “little gems” and we should all be grateful that we live in such a naturally beautiful area.”
There’s now only two months left of competition and if you’re an amateur photographer with an eye for a little gem of your own you can enter your photos for September by sending them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
“North Wales is ranked fourth in the world”
The Wonders of Wrexham calendar 2018 competition was launched at the beginning of November following the news that North Wales is ranked fourth in the world of regions to visit. Staff at the time thought it was only right that Wrexham celebrated its place in the world with a snapshot record of Wrexham throughout the year.
The winning photographs will all be featured in the Wonders of Wrexham 2018 Calendar.
There’s no prize except all 12 winners will receive copies of the Wonders of Wrexham 2018 calendar when it is produced in November 2017 with their photo and name attributed.
All profits from the sale of the calendar will be donated to the Mayor’s chosen charities.
Entries can be of anywhere in the county borough taken during the month of September and terms and conditions apply.
Photos should be submitted via email, full resolution preferred to email@example.com.
Further information and terms and conditions are available on the Council’s website at www.wrexham.gov.uk.
You can view the previous winners here:
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