The “Saving the Salt Hill Stream” project, run by WWT (Wildfowl & Wetland Trust), is working with local people, community groups and schools in Slough to improve the Salt Hill stream and its surroundings to create a cleaner, healthier watercourse that the whole of Slough can be proud of.
Working in partnership with Slough Borough Council’s Parks Team, Young People’s Service and Slough Youth Parliament, WWT is running a photographic competition, which aims to get people outside, exploring their environment and celebrating Slough’s local waterways and wildlife.
The judges are looking for creative photos taken in Slough to showcase its local waterways, streams and wetland habitat, and the wildlife that depends on it.
You don’t need an expensive camera - you are welcome to submit entries taken using your smart phone.
For each photo category there are three age categories: 8-12 year olds, 13-16 year olds and 17+.
We champion ethical wildlife photography that shows respect for the animals and their environment, which are accompanied by honest stories of your experience.
The competition ran from 1 March and until Friday 20 April.
The overall winner will win a one day photography workshop at WWT Slimbridge with Ben Cherry, an environmental photojournalist and Fujifilm X-Photographer. Ben will share his invaluable photography knowledge and give you access to the latest camera equipment to learn on. You will go behind-the-scenes to get closer to the animals, have a trip on our unique Landrover Wild Safari and your return travel from Slough to Slimbridge in Gloucestershire will be covered. Your day will be jam-packed with incredible adventures and the opportunities to take some amazing wildlife pictures to add to your portfolio! Read more about Ben on his website.
The winners will be selected by a panel of judges from WWT and Slough Borough Council. A WWT representative will contact those shortlisted and the winner by 31st May.
Closing date for entries is Friday 20 April at midnight.
This competition is now closed.
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