The winners of the Crosby Junior Photography Competition will be announced at a special presentation evening later this month.
Leading members of Crosby Camera Club will cast their expert eyes over the prints ahead of the presentation event which takes place at 7pm on Tuesday, March 21 at St Luke’s Church in Crosby
Local schoolchildren were invited to submit photographic prints on the subject of ‘My Crosby’ for the chance to win a first prize of £50 and have their work displayed.The competition is being run jointly by Crosby Camera Club and Crosby Rotary Club.
Margaret Quayle, chair of Crosby Camera Club, said:
“The competition is now closed and I’m excited to say that we’ve received a stack of superb photographs from the talented young people in our community.
“It really is going to be a tough job to pick out our two winners and runners-up.
“I do hope as many people as possible come along to St Luke’s Church on the 21st to see the quality of the photographs our young artists have produced.
“The event is free, refreshments will be available and members of Crosby Camera Club will be on hand to answer questions about photography and how to join the club.”
The winners of each category (Juniors, aged 7-11, and Young Adults, aged 12-17) will receive a prize of £50 plus a trophy, and certificates will be awarded to the runners-up at the event on March 21.