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Photography Competition winners help local charity

Clockwise: SEPTEMBER Looking towards Fleetwith Pike and Buttermere Lake by Peter Swan, JULY Harter Fell & The Rigg Haweswater by Simon Lawrence, APRIL Baby Red Squirrel in Lorton Vale by Andrew Locking and FEBRUARY Buttermere by Rosamund Macfarlane

[L]ocal conservation charity Friends of the Lake District has been overwhelmed by the hundreds of stunning images submitted to their photography competition this year. Twelve photos were selected as winners, and now take pride of place in their 2018 calendar.

The winners were picked by the public at the Friends of the Lake District’s Annual General Meeting and include views across Buttermere, Borrowdale, St Bees, and a few local residents including a baby red squirrel and a flock of Herdwick sheep.

All twelve images also feature on the charity’s set of notecards, which have been specially created this year due to the quality of the photos selected.

The calendar – £10, Christmas Cards – £5.50 and Notecards – £5 are available to purchase now  from Friends of the Lake District’s website or by calling 01539 720788.

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