Photographic Competition

     The Tony Bonner Photographic Competition

2018 Competition - The Winners

The competition has now been judged and details of the winners can be found below.

The Winners of the 2018 competition were:

1st - Flying the Flag for the Queens Birthday - Maureen Browning

2nd - Squirrel Nibbling - Annette Bayliss

3rd - After the Beast - Graham Womack

Highly Commended - Station Field - Peter Bouckley

Highly Commended - Brockwell Sunset - Anne Townley

Congratulations to all the winners and well done to everyone who entered the standard was very high this year.

The Society's 2019 calender features entries to the 2018 competition. The calender is now available from a number of outlets across the villages including Kelvedon Post Office and Kelvedon Clocks.

All entries are now on display in Feering and Kelvedon Local History Museum.

The winning entry not only appears on the cover of the calender but also on the front cover of the September edition of 'Kelvedon News' the magazine of Kelvedon Parish Council. The Society wishes to thank the Parish Council for this privilege.  

2019 competition

The entry forms and competition rules and conditions can be found via the links below. Hard copies are also available by contacting the Society.  The closing date for entries will be 31 May 2019 and entries can be submitted from any residents of Feering and Kelvedon.

2019 Entry Form

2019 Photographic Competition Rules & Conditions

 Background

Tony Bonner was a local farmer who died in 2006. The Society received a donation from his family and after long discussions it was decided to use his money to hold a competition to encourage interest in where we live, especially amongst our younger members of the two villages. Tony felt very strongly that our two villages should be left as they are, not stopping progress but looking after what we have and ensuring any future development should enhance it. Again this year we held a photographic competition in his memory.

Please note - All images are copyright to the Heritage Society and cannot be used without permission