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Photography competition celebrating town’s landmarks enters final weeks

PUBLISHED: 11:53 13 July 2018 | UPDATED: 11:53 13 July 2018

The Lowestoft Library Photography Competition is entering its final weeks. Picture: Nick Butcher

The Lowestoft Library Photography Competition is entering its final weeks. Picture: Nick Butcher

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Just a few weeks remain for budding photographers to enter an annual competition.

Entry for the Lowestoft Library Photography Competition closes at the end of July, with entrants invited to submit pictures matching the theme of ‘Lowestoft Landmarks’. Twelve winning entries will be chosen for the library’s 2019 calendar.

In addition to their photos being featured in the calendar, the winners will be invited to the library to receive a certificate and see their photographs displayed in an exhibition of entries.

“We are looking forward to seeing this year’s entries,” said library manager Jo Wilde. “Last year was very successful, with both the exhibition and the calendar drawing people into the library and raising funds for us.

“There is a lot to be proud of in Lowestoft, and we’d like to celebrate it.”

Entry into the competition costs £2. To pick up an entry form or to find out more information, visit Lowestoft Library on Clapham Road South.


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