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Enter your Montgomery Canal photo


Following the successful growth of this exhibition, local people are being invited to submit two photographs (in electronic JPEG format) showing the range of built heritage, wildlife, scenery and recreation on the Montgomery canal.

Amateur, professional, in fact people of all ages and abilities can submit a photograph.

Be as creative as you can, swans are lovely, but an exhibition of standard swan and duck photographs is a bit limiting! Photos will be then be chosen from the entries submitted for a travelling exhibition. The Canal and River Trust cannot guarantee to exhibit all photographs due to the number of entries, but will aim to choose an interesting variety which represents the huge range of the canal’s heritage, wildlife, and fun/sporting activities.

All photographs must be submitted by the end of July 2019 to steve@nearlywild.org.

Please note, only good quality photographs e.g. 1 MB, in .jpeg format, with the name of the photographer, and ideally the location, can be accepted.

Montgomery Canal in Pant - Pant.today
The Montgomery Canal in Pant still needs restoration, this water is only from the rain

This exhibition is being organised by the Canal and River Trust for members of the public to enjoy. The last two years, the exhibition has been immensely popular, and the press coverage has helped raise the awareness of the wider restoration effort of this beautiful canal, especially the section which includes the section in Pant that needs reopening.

The exhibition is funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund as part of the restoration of the Montgomery canal in Shropshire.

Please note: by entering, you are aware that there are no prizes or payment, and you are agreeing to the photographs you submit being used by Canal and River Trust for both the exhibition, merchandise to support the wider restoration effort, and publicity as appropriate.

Full credit will be given to the photographer where possible.

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