Our #moretocambs campaign gets off to a flying start

08:59 06 May 2014

The Causeway, Godmanchester where Mark Duffield likes to relax at the Royal Oak and watch the sunset.

The Causeway, Godmanchester where Mark Duffield likes to relax at the Royal Oak and watch the sunset.

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There has been a fantastic response to The Hunts Post’s #moretocambs campaign to highlight all that is good about where we live.

Here's Marion Knight's favourite place in St Ives where she enjoys sitting with a coffee, watching boats and  swans and life in general.Here's Marion Knight's favourite place in St Ives where she enjoys sitting with a coffee, watching boats and swans and life in general.

We appealed to readers to send in photos of their favourite places to prove there are more reasons to visit Cambridgeshire than simply Cambridge.

Here are just a selection of the images you have been sending in, all of which are being published online at either our #moretocambs Facebook group or on Twitter.

To take part, send us a high-
resolution photo of your favourite place – anything from a viewpoint, footpath, pub or picnic spot, 
together with your name, address and a daytime contact telephone number.

Your suggestions will be shared via social media so will be available to a global audience. Images can be tweeted to @huntspost, using the #moretocambs, email them to news@huntspost.co.uk or post them on our #moretocambs Facebook group. Prints can also be sent to The Hunts Post, 30 High Street, Huntingdon PE29 3TB.

Roger Skillin's aerial shot of the crazy golf at St Neots, which he said not many people realised spelled out "riverside".Roger Skillin's aerial shot of the crazy golf at St Neots, which he said not many people realised spelled out "riverside".

Anyone who takes part could also be in line to win a prize for the photo which receives the most retweets or Facebook likes.

Keep up to date with the #moretocambs campaign by visiting www.huntspost24.co.uk.

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