British Wildlife Photography Awards Exhibition Returns
We are delighted to announce that the prestigious British Wildlife Photography Awards Exhibition - launched nine years ago to recognise the talents of photographers working in the UK, and to capture amazing images of Britain’s diverse wildlife - will be helping raise funds for our work when the exhibition returns to the Red Brick Building in Glastonbury as part of its national tour.
An exhibition of the winning images from 2017 will be displayed from 17th July until 25th August as a part of a tour starting in London. Winners include Somerset’s own photographer, Victoria Hillman. The exhibition showcases the wealth and diversity of Britain’s natural history, with the hope of inspiring people to protect and appreciate the wildlife in their local area.
Whilst the exhibition is free to enter, voluntary donations will be gratefully received and will be shared equally between the two organisations. These donations will help support the work of Somerset Wildlife Trust in conserving our county’s wonderful wildlife and habitats - some of which will be on display in the exhibition.
Behaviour Winner: Andrew Parkinson Coast & Marine Winner: Caron Steele
Hidden Britain Winner: Alex Hyde 12 - 18 Winner: Matthew Roseveare
No Booking required, just turn up. For more information click here
Free, but donations welcome. Donations to be shared equally between Somerset Wildlife Trust and the Red Brick Building