Young people's photography competition

Entries now closed. Winners to be announced before 1 April

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Aged 13-24, and enjoy spending time outdoors? We want you to enter our young people’s photography competition!

We’re seeking creative images from both novice and experienced photographers, taken either with a camera, or on a mobile phone.

In Norfolk, we are fortunate enough to have many beautiful wild spaces right on our doorstep, providing habitat for a large variety of wildlife. Through this competition, we want you to feel inspired to capture this, and moments of your time spent outdoors.

Most important to us, is that your entry reflects something that interests you in nature. This could be anything from patterns in the frost in your local park, to a flock of geese in flight above a Norfolk Wildlife Trust reserve. We want to see your perspective!

This competition is free to enter and open to all UK residents, as long as the photo(s) you wish to submit have been taken in Norfolk. Our judging panel will include wildlife photographer David Tipling, Springwatch's Lucy 'Lapwing' Hodson, our President and author Patrick Barkham and our CEO, Eliot Lyne.

Entries will be judged from the following categories:
  • Age 13-17 years:  Camera only 
  • Age 13-17 years: Mobile phone and Tablet
  • Age 18-24 years: Camera Only
  • Age 18-24 years: Mobile Phone and Tablet


Entrants will be in with the chance of winning:
  • A half-day out in a hide with wildlife photographer David Tipling
  • A book bundle from WildSounds Books
  • A signed book of David Tipling's wildlife photography
  • A macro-lense for use with a phone camera
  • A boat trip with friends/family at NWT Hickling Broad
  • One year of NWT Membership
  • A wooden bird box
Prizes kindly donated by David Tipling and WildSounds Books.
I understand that Norfolk Wildlife Trust reserves the right to use any image submitted to the gallery to help the conservation of Norfolk’s wildlife. Photos will be credited, and will not be sold to third parties, but no payment will be made for any current or future use by Norfolk Wildlife Trust of images submitted to the gallery: