2020 Photo Competition Final

18 January 2021

Announcing finalists of its 2020 photography competition, Ad Gefrin encourages all to vote now for this year’s overall winner.

Following on from the huge success of its inaugural photographic competition, Ad Gefrin are excited to reveal details of the two finalists and category winners in its 2020 photography competition. The competition was split into two themes this year, with categories specifically chosen to inspire beautiful photographs to be captured of the personality and the people of Glendale, its beautiful backdrops and settings, and its strength of community spirit.

This year saw dozens of entries received for each category, and after a challenging judging process the panel today announce the two category winners:  


 1. Category A was “People at Work, Rest and Play. ” 
Category winner Victoria Telford (nee Edmondson), with her portrait of:
“Robert Telford on East Hill”.  


2. Category B was “The Landscape of Glendale.”
Category winner Charlotte Young, with her photograph
“A view of Harthope Valley”.

This year’s judging panel was made up of the Ad Gefrin team and a guest professional photographer. The team behind Ad Gefrin, Wooler’s highly anticipated visitor attraction, is now inviting the public to vote for the competition’s overall winner.

The overall winner will be selected by open votes from the local community, via the Ad Gefrin Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/AdGefrin
Voting opens on Monday 18th January and closes on Friday 29th January at 12 noon. The overall winner will then be announced on 1st February 2020, across social media and on the Ad Gefrin website.

In announcing details of this, Eileen Ferguson said on behalf of Ad Gefrin:
“The standard of the entries this year was superb across the full range of images, and we had so many to choose from. I am sure everyone who has viewed them on our website will agree.

“It was no small feat to narrow down to the final two category winners. We love these two images – between them, they truly capture the essence of Glendale.”


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