Local photographers of all ages are being invited to share their work and win a coveted place in the 2020 calendar to be produced by the Friends of St Edmund’s Church, Sedgefield.
Organisers are looking for copyright-free contributions to illustrate life through the seasons in Sedgefield and the surrounding area.
“We need unusual or eye-catching shots of local people and events,” said Friends’ chairman Ron Eyley this week.
He stressed that pictures taken by young people would be particularly welcome but that parental consent would be needed if photographs showing children were selected for publication.
Last year’s calendar was the first produced by the Friends and proved a sell-out. Copies were sent to supporters in several parts of the world.
Photographs for use in the 2020 Calendar will be chosen by a panel of church members. Entries in jpg format should be e-mailed to Ron at firstname.lastname@example.org before the end of June. Young people should identify their age.
Further information can be obtained from Friends’ secretary Alison Hodgson on 01740 620912.
“This year’s calendar raised a significant amount of money to help with fabric- preservation and other work at St Edmund’s but there is still a lot more to do,” said Alison.
Article courtesy of Ron Eyley
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