£100, £75 and £50 cash prizes to be won!
Our annual photo competition is in full swing, the closing date for entries is 3rd August 2019. The theme, “Unusual Viewpoints”, can be interpreted however you choose. All photos must be taken of, or from, Box Moor Trust land and twelve will be chosen to feature in the Trust’s 2020 calendar. There will be cash prizes for all the winners, including £100 for first place, £75 for second and £50 for third. To enter, please click here.
Last years winners can be seen below!
- January - Roughdown Common - Chris WardAs a Site of Special Scientific Interest, Roughdown Common is managed under direction from Natural England.
- February - River Bulbourne - Vicky SinclairThe multi-award winning Bulbourne project has restored the narrow and meandering nature of the river, beautifully illustrated in this image
- March - Snoxall's Moor - Kevin GraceA historic moment recorded, as the Flying Scotsman thunders across the winter skyline above the frosty moor
- April - Bovingdon Brickworks- Ron SmithThe scars of this once industrial site are now fading, as nature regains the upper hand.
- May - St John's Church - Lee DavisonWith the trees decked in colourful foliage, the roof and spire of St John’s Church appear as a ship amid a sea of green and red.
- June - Station Moor - Ian Waterfield (First Place)Such a recognisable emblem of the Box Moor Trust, the horse chestnut trees blossom in late spring and early summer.
- July - Blackbirds Moor - Lee DavisonA birds-eye view of the brightly-coloured canopies of this traditional fair that visits the moor annually.
- August - Station Moor - Sue CaseBeloved by visitors to the moor, these horses are taking advantage of a shady spot on a summer’s day.
- September - Bulbourne Meadow - Sue Case (Third Place & People Choice)The autumnal hues of the trees are picked out by the slanting sunlight of early evening.
- October - Hay Wood - Ian WaterfieldLook up! The colours of autumn are above you in the woodland canopy.
- November - Heath Park - Kevin GraceA winding pathway of russet and gold leads you into this inviting scene at the gateway to the town centre.
- December - Harding's Moor - Chris Ward (Second Place)The pink tones of dawn are softened by early morning mist on a winter’s day.