Our judging panel of trustees have chosen the winning 12 photos, they had the very difficult task choosing from just under 150 fabulous entries. Congratulations to the 12 winners!
The theme for our 2022 Calendar is “Heritage in our Landscape”, and will be available for sale on our website in September.
1st Prize: Trethevy Quoit, St Cleer, by Rogan Hart
2nd Prize: The Mount under the stars, by Tim Pearson
3rd Prize: Above The Dawn, overlooking Looe Harbour, by Ryan Lean
The Iconic crowns engine houses Botallack, near St Just, by Andy Green
Hurlers, by Sally Hawken
Sun Halo and Germoe War Memorial, Tregonning Hill, by Carolyn Kennett
Merry Maidens, by Tim Pearson
A Gorse-geous Wheal Coates, St Agnes, by Ian Lewis
Storm at Sennen, Sennen Cove, by Paula Stanley
A pair of Cornish Choughs atop an Engine House Chimney near St Agnes, by Lisa MacLeod
Towan Roath Engine House shadow falling on the aqua waves of Chapel Porth beach below, by Lisa MacLeod
Step To It, Stepper Point, near Padstow by Ryan Lean
We are proud that Furniss Bakery are sponsoring our photography competition and calendar this year. Furniss are the oldest and most cherished Cornish biscuit brand since 1886. With so much heritage, we’re delighted to have their support!
Furniss, the oldest and most cherished Cornish biscuit brand since 1886. Still baking biscuits in the heart of Cornwall, with the same passion as our founder Mr John Cooper Furniss, creating unique and exceptional biscuits for today’s consumers. Home of the “Furniss Original Cornish Fairing” since 1886.
We are delighted that St Justin are continuing their support of our charity by supporting our calendar. St Justin make Cornish Made Jewellery – Silver, Bronze, Pewter and Tin – designed and made in Cornwall. Watch this space for further news on our partnership!
St Justin make Cornish Made Jewellery – Silver, Bronze, Pewter and Tin – designed and made in Cornwall. Their inspiration is drawn from the sea, the sand, the wildlife and the azure blue colours that surround us.