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AHDB
LEAF Marque
Asda
Marks and Spencer Farming for the Future
The Co-operative
Waitrose
Countrylife
John Deere


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NFU
Frontier Agiculture
Farmers Weekly
Defra
Tesco
BASF
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Open Farm Sunday Photography Competition 2014

If you're going to an Open Farm Sunday event this year, make sure you take your camera for the chance to win £100 worth of Asda vouchers!

What we want to see

This year we want to see photographs that capture the essence of Open Farm Sunday. We want to see people engaging in food and farming, whether it's for the first time or for the hundredth! For inspiration, take a look at last year's winners here.

How to enter

Open Farm Sunday is always a great family day out, so we've made our competition as family friendly as possible with two categories - 15 years and under and 16 years and over.

Simply send up to two images per entry (bewteen 1MB and 3MB) to OFSphotocomp@leafuk.org stating your name, address, telephone number and the date and location of the image.

The closing date for entries is midnight on 29th June 2014 and winners will be announced on 29th July 2014.  

For photography competition terms and conditions click here.

Last year's winner:

Shaun Hill
Shaun Hill, Winner
The judges thought this image captured the essence of Open Farm Sunday brilliantly. As an image they thought the focus and composition was excellent. They also liked the way the fence leads the eye into the image. Congratulations, Shaun, a fantastic winner!

 

Meet the judge

Ian Damms  
Ian Damms

Ian Damms is Managing Director of Breeze and Freeze Ltd a media company specialising in the agricultural sector. Ian has a lifelong association with the agricultural industry and has spent the past 23 years producing multi-media materials to train and inform rural populations throughout the world.

 

This competition is kindly sponsored by Asda, an Open Farm Sunday principal sponsor.