Young Photographer 2020

Report and pictures from this years Young Photographer competition

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This years Young Photgrapher competion attracted a record 85 entries from a wider range of schools than in previous years.  Many thanks for this to the King's Lynn Camera Club who supported the event and worked hard to attract new entries as well as helping to prepare the exhibition, held at the Hansa Gallery on March 1st.  The event was also sponsored by Exaclair, a local company specialising in stationery and artist's materials.

The winning entries in the senior category from Chris Wayland of Fakenham Academy and the intermediate category from Eleanor Curtis of King Edward VII Academy also won the District level competition and so go forward to the national competition.


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