Meres and Mosses Photography competition



For further information, rules and submissions please contact :

Kirsty Brown, Community Officer,

Meres and Mosses Landscape Partnership Scheme


Or visit:  #MerefestUK


Click here for the competition rules


Meres and Mosses Photo Competition. Photo courtesy of Media Active

Photo courtesy of Media Active.


Last year's winners:


First place: Emerald damselfly triplet by Roger Evans


Second Place: Green by Ian Wright


Third place: Dearnford winter frost by Julie Sumner


First Prize: a free 1 day workshop with award winning local wildlife photographer Mark Sisson. 

Visit for information on Mark's courses.

Second and third prize: A signed copy of Mark Sisson's book Wild Shropshire.



Want to know more? Speak to...

Luke Neal - Community Officer
T: 01743 284275

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