Somerset Winter Landscape Photography Competition

In celebration of the county that SWEDA supports, we are holding an Instagram Somerset Winter Landscape Photography Competition! 

Send us photographs of rural or urban settings taken within Somerset and you could be in with the chance of winning one of two beautiful prizes donated by very talented local sellers!  

Entrants are required to donate £5 per entry to SWEDA, with a maximum of three entries per person. 


Competition Rules 


For more information on the rules, please check the Terms and Conditions. You must have read the Terms and Conditions and confirm that you agree to comply when you submit the Entry Form in order to enter. 


Timeline of the Competition 

For more information on the timeline, please read the Terms and Conditions

 

How to enter  

Once you’ve read the Terms and Conditions in full, complete the Entry Form, submit your donation(s) and send these together with your photograph entry/entries to [email protected]

 

Voting period

The voting period is a time when your friends, family, colleagues and also the wider public, as well as SWEDA staff, are allowed to ‘like’ your entry.

They can like more than one picture if they wish and vote across photographs from different entrants.

The important thing is that between 03/01/2022 and 16/01/2022, you gain as many likes as possible in order to win a prize!

Engage those closest to you and ask them to follow @sweda_uk_org in order to stay up-to-date with the competition!

The more likes = the more chance of winning a prize!

And of course, make sure you are following our account and can see progress with the competition too! Your picture will be released from SWEDA's account with your Instagram handle tagged.

 

Prizes

Our prizes have been donated by talented local craftspeople and sellers, in keeping with our Somerset theme. 

Prizes up for grabs…

First prize

A stunning set of Somerset Levels illustrated glass coasters, donated by local craftsperson Kate Norton. Kate is based in Langport and has a shop on Etsy, KatenortonArt. Take a look at all her beautiful creations! 

 Coasters


Second prize

A beautiful framed Somerset landscape illustration, donated by local illustrator Emily Holmes. Emily is based in Clevedon, North Somerset and has an online shop. Check out all her stunning artwork! 

GlastonburyTor


Third prize

A quirky handmade garden gnome, donated by a local seller based in East Coker! The wool comes from Portland and Teeswater sheep, two of the rarest breeds, raised from lambs by the seller herself. If you are interested in seeing more of her wonderful wool creations, head to the Goose Slade Farm Shop in East Coker and have a browse!  

gnome

 

Get snapping, get donating and get into the festive spirit to support people with eating disorders in Somerset! 

 

Download the Competition Terms & Conditions

Download the Competition Entry Form


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