Photo competition launch to celebrate Nottinghamshire in 2022

by | 20 May 2022 | Hobbies, Notice, Sherwood

A special photographic competition which celebrates Nottinghamshire and all it has to offer has been launched to help mark a Jubilee year of landmark events in the county – including the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee weekend, County Day and the Tour of Britain.

‘Nottinghamshire in 2022’ is being led by Nottinghamshire County Council and Lord-Lieutenant Sir John Peace, who are encouraging residents to get out their cameras to showcase why our county is a great place to live, work and visit.

Photographers of all abilities can enter the competition, which has two categories – under 18s and over 18s.

Nottinghamshire has a wealth of stunning landmarks and beauty spots which can be captured on camera, from Newark Castle to Wollaton Hall and Clumber Park to Newstead Abbey. Entries can also include photographs of events you have attended or will attend in the county during the coming year – such as gigs, concerts, festivals or sport.

The special competition will also provide a unique opportunity for people to capture life through a lens in the county during the extended Bank Holiday weekend from Thursday 2nd to Sunday 5th June, as well as milestone dates such as Nottinghamshire Day on 25th August and the return of the Tour of Britain cycle race on 8th September.

Anyone can enter the ‘Nottinghamshire in 2022’ photography competition. You don’t need to be a professional photographer. Entries should be sent to platinumjubilee@nottscc.gov.uk. They must include the photographer’s name, the category they are entering (adults or under 18s), a contact email address and phone number (of a parent or guardian if under 16), and the name of the subject or the place where the photo was taken.

There is no limit to the number of photos entrants can submit. All entries stand a chance of being featured in future council exhibitions and to be included in Nottinghamshire Archives to document Nottinghamshire in 2022. By submitting photos to this competition, entrants give the council permission to use the images free of charge and uncredited in this and future campaigns and confirm that they have permission from any individuals featured in the images.