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Greenwich photography competition

PUBLISHED: 11:12 11 January 2012

Pictured is an entry from last year called Severndroog by Stu Mayhew. This is the second year the competition is running.

Pictured is an entry from last year called Severndroog by Stu Mayhew. This is the second year the competition is running.

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Budding photographers are being asked to send in their photographs taken along the Green Chain route in south-east London for the chance to be featured in an exhibition.

South London Healthcare Trust which runs hospitals in Sidcup, Woolwich and Farnborough, will select 30 photographs to be exhibited at the Elixir Gallery at Queen Elizabeth’s Hospital in Woolwich from May until August.

The closing date is Monday, March 19 and submissions can be from anyone who has taken a photograph along the Green Chain route in the borough of Greenwich. Up to five entries can be submitted and they should be standard size print, approximately six by four inches.

Free photographic workshops led by professional photographers, organised by the Trust are due to be held along the route on Tuesday, February 14 from 3pm until 5pm, February 15 from 2pm until 4pm and Tuesday, February 21 from 3pm until 5pm. Call (0208) 836 5831 to book a place.

Photos should be sent to Green Chain Captured, Verve Arts, South London Healthcare NHS Trust, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Stadium Road, Woolwich, London, SE18 4QH together with a completed entry form downloaded from www.slh.nhs.uk/verve-arts/elixir-gallery-queen-elizabeth or call (0208) 836 5831 to be sent a form.


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