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Rusthall: A Picture Tells All 2019

THE COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED

Winners judged by Gary Francis, picture editor of the Courier, will be announced at the RVA open meeting on Wednesday 18th September from 7.30 at the Rusthall club in St Paul's Street

See foot of the page for competition details


Photo Competition

Happy Valley August 2019 Natalie Hyder


Photo Competition

Sunset over Ashley Park Natalie Hyder


Photo Competition

Milo and the Colours of Autumn at Rusthall Playing Fields
By Gavin Palfrey


Photo Competition

Turneresque Sunset over Common View
By Gavin Palfrey


Photo Competition

A garden by Rusthall Medical Centre
By Nikita Hope


Photo Competition

St Paul's Street
By Nikita Hope


Photo Competition

Edward Street
By Nikita Hope


Photo Competition

Sunset Over Rusthall
By Nikita Hope


Photo Competition

Legends of the Rocks
By Ana Maria Teubler


Photo Competition

Red Lion Pub at Dusk
By Anna Hayes


Photo Competition

Evening Sun on Field at Home in Lower Green Road
By Anna Hayes


Photo Competition

Sunset in Field Near Peacock Farm
By Anna Hayes


Photo Competition

Rusthall High Street at Sunset
May 2019
By Jenni Mathews


Photo Competition

My Daughter and Friends Under the Blossom at Mary Caley Park
April 2019
By Jenni Mathews


Photo Competition

View from Rusthall Cricket Club at Sunrise
February 2019
By Jenni Mathews


Photo Competition

My Daughter Playing on the Common at New Year
By Jenni Mathews


Photo Competition

A Walk Through the Woods
February 2019
By Jenni Mathews


Photo Competition

Faces in the Rocks
by Sue White


Photo Competition

Legends of the Rocks IV
by Sue White


Photo Competition

Stone People - Legends of the Rocks V
by Sue White


Photo Competition

Legends of the Rocks III
by Allan 'Jif' Peters


Photo Competition

Legends of the Rocks II
by Allan 'Jif' Peters


Photo Competition

Legends of the Rocks I
by Nigel Suckling


Photo Competition

Bull's Hollow
Autumn 2018

by Mike Ledingham


Photo Competition

On the Rocks at Denny Bottom
July 2019

by Elizabeth Ellicott


Photo Competition

Bee on Thyme
Southwood Rd Allotments July 2019

by Elizabeth Ellicott


Photo Competition

Autumn Bounty
Rusthall Common, October 2018

by Elizabeth Ellicott


Photo Competition

Bullrushes at Marl Pit Pond
by Elizabeth Ellicott


Photo Competition

Autumn Bracken
Happy Valley October 2018

by Elizabeth Ellicott


Photo Competition

Prickly Guest
by Alex Britcher-Allen


Photo Competition

Dressing the Toad
July 2019

by Nigel Suckling


Photo Competition

Battle of the Bands
Rusthall Fete 2019

by Nigel Suckling


Photo Competition

June Evening in Harmony Street
by Viv Hughes


Under 16s

Photo Competition

Steps on the Common I
Ben Neal (Age 14)


Photo Competition

Happy Valley
Ben Neal (Age 14)


Photo Competition

Steps on the Common II
Ben Neal (Age 14)


Photo Competition

Cricket Pitch
Ben Neal (Age 14)


Photo Competition

Tarry Path
Ben Neal (Age 14)


Photo Competition

Shadwell Woods I
By Felicity Mathews (Age 5)


Photo Competition

Shadwell Woods II
By Felicity Mathews (Age 5)


Photo Competition

Pick and Mix at the Venture
By Evie Brown (Age 11)


Photo Competition

The 281
By Evie Brown (Age 11)


Photo Competition

The Book Shelf at the Hospice Shop
By Evie Brown (Age 11)


Photo Competition

View of the Oak From the Hospice Shop on a Rainy Day
By Evie Brown (Age 11)


Photo Competition

Owls on Rusthall Common
By Elena Teubler (aged 10)


Photo Competition

Freedom in Nellington Woods
May 2019
By Connor Nabbs, age 8


Photo Competition

Monster Slug in Nellington Road
August 2019
By Robbie Nabbs, age 6


Photo Competition

Autumn Morning in Rusthall
by Grace-Marie Smith (Age 13)


Rusthall Photographic Competition

WHAT IS IT?

A photographic competition entitled 'Rusthall: A Picture Tells All' which is being run by the Rusthall Village Association and is intended to be an opportunity for people to send in up to 5 images of what Rusthall means to them today. There is no restriction as to what or where in the village the photographs are taken (all pictures will be vetted prior to publication for common decency and appropriateness for an all-age audience). They can be of people, places, animals, buildings, landscapes, wildlife, events etc.


WHO CAN ENTER?

Anyone can enter the competition. The only rules are that the photos must have been taken in or of Rusthall, and they must have been taken within the past year. There are two categories:
1) for 16 year olds and under
2) over 16 year olds


HOW CAN I ENTER THE COMPETITION?

Simply send in your photograph to our website manager Nigel Suckling nigel.R.suckling@gmail.com with your name, contact number, email, age (if under 16) and where and when the photograph was taken.
Alternatively you can post a print with all your details to Alex Britcher at 1 Manor Road which runs beside the first One Stop in Rusthall High Street.


WHAT WILL HAPPEN TO MY PHOTOGRAPH?

The photographs will be displayed here on the website showing the name of the entrant, title of the photo and, if less than 16, the age of the entrant. A copy of the photographs will then be held on file at Rusthall Library as an historical document and may be used elsewhere (as in local magazines) at the discretion of the RVA


HOW LONG DOES THE COMPETITION RUN FOR?

The competition will run from July - 1st September 2019


WILL THERE BE WINNERS AND WHO DOES THE JUDGING?

Yes, there will be 1 winner and 3 runners up from each of the two categories. The photographic editor from the Courier will be judging the competition


WHAT HAPPENS IF I WIN AND HOW WILL I KNOW?

Winners will have their pictures printed in the Kent and Sussex Courier and will also win a prize - 50 cash prize for the winner of the adult category and prizes for 3 runners up; 40 cash for the under 16 winner and prizes for 3 runners up. Winners will be contacted via telephone or email and a prize-giving ceremony will be held at the Rusthall Village Association meeting on Wednesday 18th September 2019

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Competition supported by Rusthall Parish Council


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