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Just 1 Week to Submit May Entries in our Online Photographic Competition

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Several of you have asked us to remind you of the photographic winners in our online competition.

We will also be setting up a public gallery so that you can see the monthly winners at a glance.

We include the February, March and April 'award winning photographs' and remind you that there is just 1 week left to submit your May entries.

The monthly winner's prize is a £20 voucher to spend in the Spar store on the High Street (courtesy of Thom Morton).

At Christmas, all the winning photographs will be included in a 'grand draw' with yet more goodies to be won.

So, happy snapping and send those potential winning photographs to us as soon as possible.

Rules apply — see previous 'News' stories using the Toolbar.

Good luck to you all!

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