GALLERY: Letchworth calendar photo competition winners announced

THE Comet can reveal today (Thursday) the winning photos which will fill a town’s 2012 calendar.

Amateur photographic competition Picture This, organised by the Letchworth Garden City Tourist Information Centre in association with The Comet, was set up to find the best 13 photos of Letchworth GC.

A panel of judges picked out their favourite 12 snaps, with the 13th and final shot - Willian Pond by Jon Morris-Smith - making the cut after gaining 29 per cent of the vote from Comet readers.

“I’m absolutely delighted with the response we have had to our amateur photographic competition,” said Heather McLaughlin, tourist information centre manager.

“We’ve had a superb selection of landscapes, buildings and photos capturing what Letchworth means to the people who live, work and play here. Thank you to everyone who entered and to the readers of The Comet for helping to select our final winning photograph.”

You may also want to watch:

The other 12 winning photos were: Winter frost, Broadway Gardens by Brian Hollis; A Common View by Gary Belcher; Norton Pond by Ginge Hopkins; Museum Dreaming by Sigi Dlabal; Wilbury Hills by Warren Price; Garden City Greenway by David Moult; St Nicholas Church, Norton by Mike Alcock; From Leys Avenue by Robert Staddon; Wilbury Pines by Brian Sawford; Moody skies over Broadway by Chris Pieri; Moon over Broadway Cinema by Graham Dollman and Christmas Eve by Robert Zmudzki.

The 2012 Letchworth Garden City calendar will be available in September from the tourist information centre on Station Road, Letchworth GC.

Most Read

*To view all of the winning photos click on the link to our gallery at the top right of the page.

Become a Supporter

This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years. Our industry faces testing times, which is why we're asking for your support. Every contribution will help us continue to produce local journalism that makes a measurable difference to our community.

Become a Supporter