Show us your favourite scene to be in with a chance of winning a family photo shoot!

PUBLISHED: 11:42 26 January 2012 | UPDATED: 14:06 26 February 2013

Show us your favourite scene to be in with a chance of winning a family photo shoot!

Show us your favourite scene to be in with a chance of winning a family photo shoot!

Do you have a favourite place in Herefordshire ot the Wye Valley? Perhaps Mortimer Trail when you take an afternoon stroll? Maybe the grounds of Hampton Court Castle strike you as exquisite? Or your back garden could be your perfect tranquil retreat?

Do you have a favourite place in Herefordshire or the Wye Valley? Perhaps Mortimer Trail when you take an afternoon stroll? Maybe the grounds of Hampton Court Castle strike you as exquisite? Or your back garden could be your perfect tranquil retreat? Whatever your favourite place in Herefordshire or the Wye Valley, we want to see it!




Herefordshire and Wye Valley Life has teamed up with James Crockford Photography to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a family location photo shoot as well 230 credit towards a choice of prints.





How it works
- Send a photograph that you have taken of your favourite location to Herefordshire and Wye Valley Life along with a 50-word description of why this location is special to you.


- Herefordshire and Wye Valley Life will then compile a shortlist of stunning locations that will be featured in the magazine and on our website, www.herefordshire.greatbritishlife.co.uk






- The shortlist will be passed on to James Crockford photography in order for the winner to be chosen.



- The winner will receive a family photo shoot at the winning location (subject to landowners permission) along with 230 credit towards prints which again will be featured in Herefordshire and Wye Valley Life.




How to enter ...
To be in with a chance of winning this fantastic prize simply email a low resolution version of your photograph along with your 50-word description, name, address and telephone number, quoting code HR56JCP to competitions@herefordshirelife.co.uk. Alternatively, you can enter by post by sending your photograph and 50-word description along with your name, address, telephone number and email address to Herefordshire Life and James Crockford Photography Competition HR56JCP, c/o Katie Tait, Archant House, Cheltenham, GL50 1BB.



The competition closes at midday on Wednesday 29th February 2012.




T&Cs: Photos submitted must be taken by the entrant. The competition will close at midday on Wednesday 29th February 2012. Accompanying reasons must be no longer than 50 words. Photographs entered via post will not be returned to the entrant. Entrants must be willing to supply a high resolution version of the image if successfully selected for the shortlist. Successful shortlisted entries will be notified by Herefordshire & Wye Valley Life and all details of successful shortlisted entries will be passed to James Crockford Photography who will choose and notify the winner. The winning photo shoot must be taken in accordance with James Crockford Photography. The organisers will endeavour to use the location specified, subject to landowners permission. No purchase necessary. Employees and relatives of Archant, the company prize provider and associated companies are not eligible to enter. The winner and shortlisted entrants must be willing to take part in post-event publicity if necessary. The judges decisions are final and no correspondence will be entered into. In the event of the advertised prize being unavailable for whatever reason, Archant is not responsible and is not required to offer an alternative prize of equal or greater value. By entering this competition you are opting to be contacted by Archant with relevant offers from which you can unsubscribe to at any time. If you would prefer not to be contacted in the first instance state this within your entry. Full Archant terms and conditions at herefordshire.greatbritishlife.co.uk. If you are unable to access T&Cs and would like a copy sent call 01242 265897.















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