Young Photographer 2018

Intermediate Winner gains second place in National finals

King's Lynn Priory once again put it's weight behind the national competition, this being the third year in which we have run this successful event. 21 entries were received each of whic was displayed at an exhibition held at the Hansa Gallery in King's Lynn attended by 100 people.  The local competition was sponsored by Exaclair Ltd of King's Lynn.

The intermediate category entry by Taya Farnham, who attends King Edward VII Academy, not only won the local and District Competitions but went on to be awarded a "Highly Commended" certificate at the National Rotary Finals, a truly magnificent achievement by a very talented young lady.   

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