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CRA lockdown photo competition

posted 5 Jun 2020, 01:39 by Chorleywood Residents' Association
We have all had to adapt to new ways of entertaining ourselves these last few weeks and no doubt many of you will have been using your cameras or phones to record life in lockdown. If you haven’t, it is not too late to start, as we would like you to enter your pictures into our photo competition

The topic is Lockdown in Chorleywood, so photos must have been taken since the 23rd March; the competition will close on the 18th June. The subjects are up to you but here are some ideas to think about – hobbies, health, environment, wildlife, entertainment, home schooling, hairstyles etc.

There have to be some rules and here are the terms and conditions:
  • Only 3 entries per person per household
  • No professional photographers
  • Photo(s) must have been taken since 23 March when lockdown started
  • Children’s faces must not be visible without consent from a parent or legal guardian of minors as they will be posted on the CRA website
  • The judge’s decision is final
By entering the competition you are deemed to have agreed to these terms and conditions

Entries will be judged by Christine Havill the owner of Freckle and Wild photography. Christine lives in Chorleywood and runs a business which offers fun, relaxed family photoshoot sessions in and around the beautiful landscapes of Hertfordshire, as well as bespoke wedding packages. Her website is www.freckleandwild.com 

The winner of the competition will be announced in the July e newsletter

A prize of one year’s participation in the CRA 100 club prize draw - worth £30 – will be awarded to the winner.  If the winner is under 18 then the prize will be awarded to the winner's family.

How to enter:

Send your photograph(s) in jpeg (.jpg) format attached to an email - not embedded in the body of the email - to photocomp@chorleywoodresidents.co.uk . Please include your name, address and contact number together with the following text:

I accept the terms and conditions of the Chorleywood Residents’ Association (CRA) photo competition and am happy for my photo(s) to be displayed on the CRA website and in the monthly e-Newsletter.


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