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The 'June' entries for our monthly online competition have been coming in thick and fast this week.

This latest image of a 'Great Spotted Woodpecker' was taken in the garden of a local resident on Tattenhall Road.

Time is running out fast to submit further 'June' entries but if you have a last minute entry, then by all means 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).

So, final 'June' entries please — rules apply — see previous 'News' stories using the Toolbar at the top of the page.

Good Luck.

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