‘Judges’ wanted for Barking charity photo competition

16:15 21 September 2016

Pictures from last year's Salvation Army Barking Corps photography show

Pictures from last year's Salvation Army Barking Corps photography show

Jacqueline Pierre

Vote for your favourite picture at a free photography exhibition on Saturday.

More than 100 images created by residents will be shown at the Salvation Army Barking Corps’ competition, which will run at the church in Ripple Road from 2pm to 6pm.

A small cash prize will be available to the winners of each category, which are Landscape/Seascape, Nature/Gardens/Plants, People/Portrait, Phone Photos—Local and Phone Photos—People.

Visitors will be encouraged to submit a nomination on the day.

Event volunteer, Jacqueline Pierre, said: “It is an opportunity to for everyone in the community to see the good work that the corporation is doing.

“It gives them an insight into what they do in serving the community but in a different way.”

Light refreshments will be available. Free parking is available at Ripple Primary School’s Westbury site.

Visit for more details.


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