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The Rotary Club of Andover are pleased to announce the launch of the 2023/2024 Young Photographer Competition
The Rotary Young Photographer Competition is organised and promoted by Rotary GB&I.
Aims and Objectives.
The competition aims to encourage young people to: • experiment with photography • use digital and/or traditional methods of photography • demonstrate interpretation of the topic • express personal ideas through the medium of photography.
The theme this year is REBUILDING, and entrants are asked to submit one photograph showing what rebuilding means to them and submit a one sentence explanation explaining that relationship to the photograph.
Who can take part?
The competition is open to all young people in the age groups shown below. They may be an individual or from any group or community organisation including schools and colleges, home educated, or other young peoples’ community organisations, for example Scout Groups, Girl Guides, etc.
The three age groups are:
Junior: Up to and including 10 years old
Intermediate: 11 to 13 years old
Senior: 14 to 17 years old
Entrants must not be over the upper age parameter for each group on 31st August 2023 Entries
There are three stages to the competition the Local competition, the District competition and the National Final, the winner in each group will progress to the next level. All participants will receive a certificate of participation.
Entry to all rounds is FREE
Entries for the local round open on September the 1st 2023 and close on December the 31st 2023
Each Entry must be accompanied by a completed entry form.
The Next Step
To find out more, register an interest or request an entry form contact.
Rotarian Dennis Carter at email@example.com
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