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Norfolk photographers to feature in Holt country park calendar

PUBLISHED: 17:20 25 September 2018 | UPDATED: 17:20 25 September 2018

Holt Country Park. Picture: NNDC

Holt Country Park. Picture: NNDC

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Keen north Norfolk photographers should get their cameras at the ready.

 
	Pond in Holt Country Park looking beautiful on a sunny Bank holiday Monday 
Pond in Holt Country Park looking beautiful on a sunny Bank holiday Monday

North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) has launched its Holt Country Park photography competition.

Every month over the next year, the council will accept entries of residents’ best snaps of the park.

The photos must have been taken in the month immediately preceding submission, and each monthly winner will collect a small prize.

And at the end of the year, the winning photographs will be used in a Holt Country Park 2020 calendar.

Save Holt Country Park. Pictures: Jeff WoodSave Holt Country Park. Pictures: Jeff Wood

A spokesperson for NNDC said: “You don’t have to have the best equipment to win. You just need to take the photograph the judges like the most.”

Entrants can submit their images online using the hashtag #HCPhotoComp on Twitter or Instagram, or send them via email to countryside @north-norfolk.gov.uk

Visit the NNDC website for the competition rules.

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