Would you like to win a photography course gift voucher?
That’s an easy question, isn’t it?
We are supporting our local community of Birtle and the Birtle Village Fete which takes place on Saturday 6th June this year. We are running a photography competition with three prizes of photography course gift voucher, each one worth £75.00
All you have to do to be in a with a chance of winning is to email your photograph (which must be taken in Birtle) to us at admin AT northwestphotographycourses.com and it will go into judging. Just ensure that you send it to us by 31 May. One entry per person, judges decision is final and no cash alternative will be offered.
There is no cost to enter the competition and we will choose a short list which we will display at the fete and announce the winner and two runners up then.
The gift voucher can be used on any of our group courses or can be used towards a one to one photography course. Unfortunately they cannot be used on our courses run in partnership with the East Lancashire Railway.
We may email you occasionally with information about our courses but we will not share your data with anyone.
The Fete will be a date to remember with all proceeds going Rochdale Riding for Special Needs.
The fete gets off to a flying start at 10am with a 3k, 5k and 10k Fun Run from the Church Inn on Castle Hill Road. You do need to enter in advance but if you do you may be in with winning a prize kindly donated by Foot Asylum.
Then at 11am the fete starts on Elbut Lane with lots of fun attractions including fair rides, plus lots more – a Tug of War, Duck Race, Falconry Show, Craft stalls, Hog Roast, Homemade Cake tent, Scarecrow Competition and Dog Agility to name just a few.
One of the main events will be the Scarecrow competition. Everyone is welcome to have a go at making a scarecrow – just bring it along on the day. Don’t forget, there’s a first prize of Newbank Garden Centre vouchers to be won!
Also there Is Birtle’s very own Bake Off at the PackHorse. Bring your entry along on the day and let’s see who’s the best baker in the area especially as Slatterys are providing first prize. Don’t forget the photography competition and of course a Treasure Hunt for all the family to take part in with clues scattered round the lovely countryside of Birtle.
Details of the fete are available at www.birtle.co.uk