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You have until 31 March to submit your March entries to our Tattenhall Online Photographic Competition.

We have already received some fantastic entries (from all ages). Remember that there is a £20 voucher to be won monthly and to be spent in the Spar Store on the High Street (our thanks to Thom Morton in this respect).

Recent stories on 'frogspawn'; 'the early flowering of daffodils' and the Environment Agency work on 'Slowing the Flow at the Mill Brook' have all contained some excellent photographs; showcasing Tattenhall.

We have also posted all the March entries that we have received from readers so far.

To brighten your day, we share with you some images taken in and around Tattenhall over the last few weeks by Keith Titchener.

Keith is an enthusiastic and talented photographer and is one of our monthly panel of judges.

Click on each image to enlarge.

So, happy snapping over the Easter Weekend.

We hope you enjoy our selection but, importantly, that they will spur you on to submit your entries — make sure we receive your images by 31 March. Images must be either portrait or landscape but not square.

Rules apply — see previous articles in 'News Section'.

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