Woodland Trust introduces photography contest

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The Woodland Trust has now paired up with Kelly’s of Cornwall to start their Wild Summer Photography Contest, and they are encouraging people throughout Lincolnshire to go to their nearest forest and get clicking over the summer holidays. These 2 bodies are asking budding snappers in the area to click their summer days in the wild for a scope to win a holiday in Cornwall, which is the home of Kelly’s. There would also be a series of prizes for 3 runners-up. The contest is open to all abilities and ages, and they are is looking for entries which capture the essence of what makes the woods, trees and the whole countryside so unique.
Grantham based Woodland Trust’s chief executive Beccy Speight told that the trees, woods and countryside have offered inspiration for several iconic scenes and they want people to get out and create one of their own this summer. They have plenty of woods in Lincolnshire to visit and get up close and personal with nature.
Few of the well known Woodland Trust woods in Lincolnshire include Old Wood near Skellingthorpe, Tatterhsall Carrs and Londonthorpe Wood near Grantham. Only thirteen per cent of the United Kingdom is covered by woodland, is one of the lowest amounts in Europe.
Kelly’s Lucy Morrison said that United Kingdom is filled with wonderful natural creations and this is why they have teamed up with the Woodland Trust to encourage people to get outdoors and explore their local wildlife over summer. It is the start of the summer holidays. While you are out and about with the family, why not take a camera and capture your adventures on film – you could snap yourself an amazing ice cream experience in Cornwall.

The Woodland Trust has now paired up with Kelly’s of Cornwall to start their Wild Summer Photography Contest, and they are encouraging people throughout Lincolnshire to go to their nearest forest and get clicking over the summer holidays. These 2 bodies are asking budding snappers in the area to click their summer days in the wild for a scope to win a holiday in Cornwall, which is the home of Kelly’s. There would also be a series of prizes for 3 runners-up. The contest is open to all abilities and ages, and they are is looking for entries which capture the essence of what makes the woods, trees and the whole countryside so unique.

Grantham based Woodland Trust’s chief executive Beccy Speight told that the trees, woods and countryside have offered inspiration for several iconic scenes and they want people to get out and create one of their own this summer. They have plenty of woods in Lincolnshire to visit and get up close and personal with nature.

Few of the well known Woodland Trust woods in Lincolnshire include Old Wood near Skellingthorpe, Tatterhsall Carrs and Londonthorpe Wood near Grantham. Only thirteen per cent of the United Kingdom is covered by woodland, is one of the lowest amounts in Europe.

Kelly’s Lucy Morrison said that United Kingdom is filled with wonderful natural creations and this is why they have teamed up with the Woodland Trust to encourage people to get outdoors and explore their local wildlife over summer. It is the start of the summer holidays. While you are out and about with the family, why not take a camera and capture your adventures on film – you could snap yourself an amazing ice cream experience in Cornwall.

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