Hertford 2020 Calendar Competition
Calling all budding, professional and hobbyist photographers.
The hunt is once again on for photographs to represent Hertford in the town’s official calendar, published by Hertford Town Council and sold in Hertford Town and Tourist Information Centre. There will be 13 winners selected to make up the 12 months and front cover of the calendar.
Photographs can be as creative as you wish, but must be in landscape format.
We are looking for a variety of images to cover all seasons. Photographs must be of Hertford and could be of the parks and gardens, the town’s four rivers, historic landmarks, events taking place or something else that the eye of the beholder sees interest and beauty in.
Photographs must be submitted by the closing date of Friday 16th August 2019. To enter, simply send an email with the high resolution photograph to firstname.lastname@example.org along with your name, address, telephone number, and where in Hertford it was taken. Please note entrants are asked to submit a maximum of three photographs.
Successful applicants will be presented a complimentary calendar and certificate by the Mayor of Hertford at the calendar launch ceremony at Hertford Castle on 13th October 2019.
The Chairman of the Development and Leisure Committee, Cllr Jane Sartin, said: “Hertford’s calendar provides an opportunity to showcase our town. We are looking for images that can be clearly identified as 'Hertford', a mix of both the most familiar buildings and places, and those that are not always highlighted. As residents of the town we perhaps take for granted the wealth of interesting buildings, landscapes and activities, and this an opportunity to look more closely at what is around us."
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