A Wilder Future Photography Competition

Shropshire Wildlife Trust amateur photography competition 2019


This competition closed 28th February 2019. We hope to share entries and winners with you soon!

Do you love Shropshire as much as we do?

Then enter our #WilderFuture photography competition. Send us your winter photos, capturing the county's special wildlife and landscapes, along with a short sentence about how your image represents your passion for Shropshire, Telford or Wrekin.

Our competition is very informal and fun and open to all ages, so if you have a good photo you would like to share, please do send it in. 

Each photographer can enter up to three images, you can see the full competition rules and advice for capturing wild images here.

The closing date is 5pm 28th February 2019. Winners will be notified in our March e-newsletter. Sign up here. 

The winning photograph and runners up will be showcased on social media, our website and in our 2020 calendar.

To enter please email your photo to: Awilderfuture@shropshirewildlifetrust.org.uk

#WilderFuture campaign

This photography competition is part of The Wildlife Trusts #WilderFuture campaign. A campaign to influence MPs to follow through on the promise of a strong new Environment Act. 

At Shropshire Wildlife Trust we’re taking this local and asking people their passions and beliefs about local wildlife and landscapes and why they’re important to them so after you’ve submitted your entry why not spread the word about the campaign by sharing your photo (and others) on social media along with the hashtag #WilderFuture and where relevant #WilderShropshire, #WilderTelford or #WilderWrekin.

The Government published a draft new Environment Bill on Wednesday 19th December 2018 but we strongly believe this doesn’t go far enough to tackle the serious environmental challenges we face nor does it provide legal certainty for the future of our natural world. 

We hope to have your support and the support of your friends and family to join the thousands across all 46 Wildlife Trusts to (preferably) meet their MP in person to discuss the need for a strong Environment Act. 

Click here to find out more

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