Solstice photo competition to get your snaps displayed in Lincoln museum

The county’s economy chiefs are confident “The Sun Will Rise Again” over Lincolnshire and keen photographers are being offered the chance to snap their way to a big prize.

As the Summer Solstice approaches on Saturday June 20, The Lincolnite and Lincolnshire Reporter in association with Lincolnshire County Council and Seascape Cafe, are calling on budding snappers to celebrate all that is good about our tourism and hospitality sector.

The winners will be awarded a pair of passes to Lincoln Castle and a £20 voucher for lunch at Seascape Cafe at the North Sea Observatory in Chapel St Leonards.

Not only that, but the winning pictures will also be placed on public display at The Collection in Lincoln.

Councillor Colin Davie, Lincolnshire County Council’s economy chief said: “COVID-19 has had a very significant impact on the tourism, hospitality and leisure businesses upon which the Lincolnshire economy relies heavily.

Councillor Colin Davie.

“As we look towards July and a potential releasing of the lockdown on this key sector, this competition is an opportunity to celebrate our favourite places across the county. 

“As we head towards the Summer Solstice, The Sun Will Rise Again on our wonderful tourism and leisure businesses and this is an opportunity for us to celebrate that as we prepare to celebrate the reopening of this key sector to our economy.”

The submitted entries must be of a sunrise over the photographer’s favourite destination, view or attraction in Lincolnshire.

The photo can be taken prior to the Summer Solstice but must be uploaded on Sunday, June 21 itself either on The Lincolnite’s Facebook page or Twitter with the hashtag #TheSunWillShineAgain

There will be two categories:

  • Photography students and juniors
  • Anyone over the age of 21

Closing date will be 11.59pm on Sunday, June 21.

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