Winners of Hunts Post photography competition are crowned

The Hunts Post Photo Competition presentation took place at the Priory Centre, in St Neots. Picture:

The Hunts Post Photo Competition presentation took place at the Priory Centre, in St Neots. Picture: ARCHANT - Credit: Archant

The winners of this year’s Hunts Post Photo Competition were announced at a ceremony held in St Neots on Saturday.

The Hunts Post Photo Competition presentation took place at the Priory Centre, in St Neots. Picture:

The Hunts Post Photo Competition presentation took place at the Priory Centre, in St Neots. Picture: ARCHANT - Credit: Archant

Hundreds of entries were received for this year’s event, with the judges given the unenviable task of selecting the very best for awards.

Both junior and senior categories were open for entries, with extra prizes for wildlife, flowers, and editor’s choice categories.

The competition was run by the Hunts Post together with St Neots and District Camera Club, with the awards ceremony held at the Priory Centre.

Daniel Mansfield, editor of the Hunts Post, said: “We know how difficult it can be to capture a truly great photograph so to have seen so many on display at the weekend was remarkable. Thank you to everyone who took the time to enter and well done to all of our winners.”

The Hunts Post Photo Competition presentation took place at the Priory Centre, in St Neots. Picture:

The Hunts Post Photo Competition presentation took place at the Priory Centre, in St Neots. Picture: ARCHANT - Credit: Archant


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Winners

Open

The Hunts Post Photo Competition presentation took place at the Priory Centre, in St Neots. Picture:

The Hunts Post Photo Competition presentation took place at the Priory Centre, in St Neots. Picture: ARCHANT - Credit: Archant

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Up to 11yrs

Winner: Alexander Shirley

Runners up: Joshua Dawe and Annabel Shirley

11-16yrs

The Hunts Post Photo Competition presentation took place at the Priory Centre, in St Neots. Picture:

The Hunts Post Photo Competition presentation took place at the Priory Centre, in St Neots. Picture: ARCHANT - Credit: Archant

Winner: Annie Weaver

Runners up: Ellie Dorrington, Jake Gough, Sam Miles, Chloe Gilbert

Adults

The Hunts Post Photo Competition presentation took place at the Priory Centre, in St Neots. Picture:

The Hunts Post Photo Competition presentation took place at the Priory Centre, in St Neots. Picture: ARCHANT - Credit: Archant

Winner: Gavin Livermore

Second: J Davy

Runners-up: Bob Hallam, J Teague, Pat Leggette, Steve Hemming,

Carol Leather, Jackie Fitzpatric.

The Hunts Post Photo Competition presentation took place at the Priory Centre, in St Neots. Picture:

The Hunts Post Photo Competition presentation took place at the Priory Centre, in St Neots. Picture: ARCHANT - Credit: Archant

Friends of Paxton Pits Nature Reserve Wildlife

Winner: Carol Leather

Second: Steve Hemming.

The Hunts Post Photo Competition presentation took place at the Priory Centre, in St Neots. Picture:

The Hunts Post Photo Competition presentation took place at the Priory Centre, in St Neots. Picture: ARCHANT - Credit: Archant

Third: Gordon Morrison

Central England Co-operative Flowers

Up to 11yrs

The Hunts Post Photo Competition presentation took place at the Priory Centre, in St Neots. Picture:

The Hunts Post Photo Competition presentation took place at the Priory Centre, in St Neots. Picture: ARCHANT - Credit: Archant

Winner: Imogen Davis

11-16yrs

Winner: Jack Harvey

Joint second: Kiera Jepson and Annabel Shirley.

The Hunts Post Photo Competition presentation took place at the Priory Centre, in St Neots. Picture:

The Hunts Post Photo Competition presentation took place at the Priory Centre, in St Neots. Picture: ARCHANT - Credit: Archant

Editor’s Choice

Frank Anderson, Simon Anderson, Alice Kemp.

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