Young Photographer Competition 2024

Our annual opportunity for Young Photographers to show off their skills, with local, District and National stages.



This competition aims to encourage young people to:

  • Experiment with photography
  • Use digital or traditional methods of photography
  • Show interpretation of their chosen topic
  • Express their ideas through the medium of photography

Who can take part?
The competition is open to children and young people including all schools and college communities, those who are home educated and any other young peoples’ community organisations.

There are three age-groups in the Cambridge competition:

Junior - up to 10 years old

Intermediate - 11 to 13 years old

Senior - 14 to 17 years old             (Age on 31 August 2023)

The Cambridge Competition - Entry closes on 31 January 2024
Organised by the Rotary Club of Cambridge. Junior, Intermediate and Senior age-group winners will be entered into the East Anglian Rotary District competition.

District Competition March/April 2024
Organised by Rotary District 1080. Age-group winners of District competitions are entered into the National Final.

National Final May/June 2024
Organised by Rotary Great Britain & Ireland

Competition Task
Entrants are asked to produce one photograph based upon the theme: ‘Rebuilding’
Photos should be submitted in digital format.
Cameras, mobile phones or other mobile devices and manipulations may be used.


Click here for more information and entry form

The document folder should open automatically and allow downloading of the files. The internet servers of some schools, including Stephen Perse Foundation, do not allow access to external Google Docs. Applicants from those schools may need to obtain the documents from home


Supported and Sponsored by Cambridge Independent,
Campkins Cameras and Cambridge Camera Club - click logos for more information


Young Photographer Competition 2024 sub-pages:

Chloe Folkes, 3rd National Prizewinner

Rotary Young Photographer Competition 2023

more Our Senior Winner Chloe Folkes has received 3rd Prize in the National Competition