February 25th, 2016
Master’s student Ravindra Polisetty recently claimed first prize in the Nottingham in Bloom photography competition for his image of Sutton Bonington campus:
The competition is organised by Nottingham in Bloom, a city-wide partnership led by Nottingham City Council involving residents, businesses, students, schools, community groups and a wide range of volunteers.
Ravindra was presented with a £50 Amazon voucher and a print of his photo at the Sutton Bonington formal dinner on Thursday 18 February. His image will also be displayed on campus at Sutton Bonington in a location of his choice.
The Student Photography Competition was launched this year, inviting students to photograph our vibrant, green and colourful city. The Spring competition is now open for entries and will close on 4th March.
The Nottingham John Lewis store will display the winning entries and some of the best runner-up pictures so if your picture is shortlisted you may be in with a chance of seeing your photograph on public display.
If you would like to enter please send your entries to firstname.lastname@example.org There is no limit to the number of entries you can submit!
You can find out more about Nottingham in Bloom and further details of the competition at www.nottinghaminbloom.co.uk.
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