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'July Entries' - Tattenhall Online Photographic Competition

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You have just one week left to submit your July entries to our online photographic competition.

Last month's winner was Denise Cashmore, the wildlife photography of whom we have featured separately and which was taken at Tattenhall Marina.

Simply send an email to us using the following address 'editor@tattenhall.org' and attach your image to the email.

Please include your contact details together with a brief description of your photograph.

The monthly prize is a £20 voucher to spend in the Spar Store on the High Street (thanks to Thom Morton).

Rules apply — see previous 'News' stories using the Toolbar at the top of the page.

Your entry can be anything connected to Tattenhall or its immediate district.

Good Luck!

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