23rd Nov 2020 at 17:00
We know that the last few months have been difficult for everybody, but our work revolves around the hope that we can bring to families in crisis. With this in mind, we’re delighted to announce a photography competition that we would love to see you getting involved with.
We would like you to submit any photos that you have taken since March on the theme of Hope – anything from nature to family, landscapes to portraits. There will be two categories – one for children up to and including the age of 14, and one for over 14s. Photos will be judged by our Bishop’s Champion, Caroline Nicholls DL, and the winning photos in each category will be used in Family Support Work’s marketing and publicity materials over the next few months. There will also be a prize for the winner of each category.
You can enter as many photos as you like but it costs £3 for each entry. In order for your entry to be valid you must pay the entry fee either by cheque or online payment. Entries can be made either by post, email or on our Facebook page which can be found here. Entries open on October 5th and close on November 23rd. The winners will be announced on Monday November 30th.
We can’t wait to see your contributions!
Terms and conditions of entry
– You may enter as many photos as you like but each entry costs £3. Entries can be made in the following ways:
By post to Photography Competition, FSW, Garton House, 22 Stanford Avenue, Brighton BN1 6AA
By email to firstname.lastname@example.org
By posting a photo(s) on our Facebook page
– Entries submitted by email or Facebook should be high resolution jpg format (minimum 350dpi)
– If you are under the age of 18 you must have permission to enter the Competition from your parent or guardian. By submitting an entry for the competition, your parent/carer/guardian is deemed to have given such consent and to agree to the use of the entry as described in these terms and conditions.
– Family Support Work cannot be held responsible for emails that do not arrive due to the entrant’s email security settings or restrictions placed by their Internet service provider.
-If your photograph features any person or people, they should be aware that they are being photographed and permission should be obtained from all involved (or their parent’s/guardian’s permission if under 16) for their photograph to be submitted in the competition. If it is clear that the people are not aware of their picture being taken or are embarrassed in any way by any entry we receive, Family Support Work reserves the right to disqualify the entry.
-You must be the sole author and owner of the copyright for all images entered. You will retain copyright of your entries at all times and always be credited alongside your picture.