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Photography competition for youngsters in Worcestershire
8:00am Thursday 20th March 2014 in News
YOUNGSTERS are set to get snap happy by entering a new Worcestershire photography competition.
The competition is open to all 13 to 19-year-old members of any Worcestershire library.
Photographs entered should be about local wildlife or Worcester.
All entries will go display at St John's Library in the city, where people will be able to vote for their top three.
Gill Robinson, library customer advisor, said: "We're really keen to encourage more 13 to 19 year olds to use the library service and we're hoping to see more teenagers in the library as a result of this competition."
The winner of the competition will get to spend some time with a reporter from the Advertiser's sister paper, the Worcester News, and have their pictures printed in the paper.
Runners up will receive a book token.
Entries must be a minimum size of 7x5inches and must be submitted by 4pm on Saturday, March 29. Votes for the top three favourite images must be received by 4pm on Saturday, April 26.
To join the library, or any Worcestershire one, visit worcestershire.gov.uk/libraries.
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