Extra time to enter Active Fakenham photo competition

Submitted for the Active Fakenham photo competition PICTURE: Courtesy of Active Fakenham

Submitted for the Active Fakenham photo competition PICTURE: Courtesy of Active Fakenham - Credit: Courtesy of Active Fakenham

The deadline for entries to the Fakenham photo competition has been extended by a week, after a computer bug stopped new submissions.

Submitted for the Active Fakenham photo competition PICTURE: Courtesy of Active Fakenham

Submitted for the Active Fakenham photo competition PICTURE: Courtesy of Active Fakenham - Credit: Courtesy of Active Fakenham

A wide variety of photos are being considered in the first photo competition run by the community group.

Organiser Richard Crook said: "One of the reasons we are holding a photo competition is to highlight and promote local businesses and clubs. We're not just looking for technical expertise, we're also interested in subject matter. Don't miss this free opportunity."

A sunset in the back streets PICTURE: Courtesy of Active Fakenham

A sunset in the back streets PICTURE: Courtesy of Active Fakenham - Credit: Courtesy of Active Fakenham

Winners will receive a one-to-one session with a professional photographer, looking to improve the winner's work. Winning photos will be seen as part of a Fakenham calendar, as well as featuring on postcards and posters, and in a digital exhibition this August during Active Fakenham week.

Enter on the Active Fakenham website before Sunday July 7.

The war memorial in the marketplace PICTURE: Courtesy of Active Fakenham

The war memorial in the marketplace PICTURE: Courtesy of Active Fakenham - Credit: Courtesy of Active Fakenham

Fakenham is one of four north Norfolk towns set to receive a pot of money. Picture: Courtesy of Acti

Fakenham is one of four north Norfolk towns set to receive a pot of money. Picture: Courtesy of Active Fakenham - Credit: Courtesy of Active Fakenham


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