CFCI Photo Competition 2017

Posted On: December 1, 2017

Gareth Nunn’s 2015 winning photograph Gareth Nunn’s 2015 winning photograph

The CFCI is again holding a photography competition which is open to students attending secondary schools or sixth form colleges within Cambridgeshire. 

In addition  to having their photograph displayed on the CFCI website, the winning entrant will be awarded a prize of £300 from the CFCI  Charitable Trust.

Two runners up will receive a prize of £100 each. 

The photographs should show perhaps a favourite building or some physical feature which highlights the character of the built environment in Cambridge. Entrants may choose to photograph a close-up detail or perhaps even a building which is currently being constructed ( although entrants should not enter onto constructions sites in order to take their photographs).

The closing date for entries to the competition is 5.00pm on 30th November 2017.

Photographs should be uploaded via Instagram.

Use the hash tag #cfciphotocompetition2 and the comments section to say where the building or feature is and why you like it.

Entries are limited to three photographs per entrant.

Prize winners will be notified by the end of January 2018 and the results published on the CFCI website.

Full competition Rules

Entries to this year's competition


Thank you to all entrants for their excellent submissions

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