Tuesday 9 June 2015


Illustration: Middlewich Town Council

Cheshire people will not need to be told that they live in a very photogenic county. This part of the world has everything, from beautiful pasture land to rugged hill country (don't forget that a lot of the Peak District actually falls within our boundaries). We have more than our fair share of historic and picturesque buildings, such as the unique Moreton Old Hall. And added to all this is the legacy of our industrial past, particularly around the salt towns in the centre of the county.
The annual photographic competition, organised by Middlewich Town Council in association with Jugglers Management Accounting Services, is a chance for the county's photographers, professional and amateur, to capture the beauty and heritage of Cheshire for posterity, to win prizes and to see their work exhibited at the Middlewich FAB Festival. More details are available from MTC's Heritage Officer, Kerry Fletcher (link below)

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