Norfolk Trails Treasure: Photo Competition

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If like me, you love to be behind the lens when out and about, then you might want to enter this lovely competition which has been launched locally this week. To be in with the change of scooping £100 worth of Cotswolds Outdoors vouchers, all you need to do is photograph what you treasure when out and about on the Norfolk Trails.

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Angles Way: Great Yarmouth to Thetford in The Brecks via Waveney Valley

Boudicca Way: Pass countryside between Norwich and the south Norfolk market town of Diss

Fen Rivers Way: From the historic settlements of King’s Lynn and Cambridge, tracing the course of rivers to the Fens into the Wash

Marriott’s Way: A personal favourite, excellent for cycling, this path follows a disused railway line from Norwich to Reepham

Nar Valley Way: From Norfolk town of King’s Lynn, through the Nar Valley to the centre of the county, at Gressenhall

Norfolk Coast Path: This takes you across stunning north Norfolk coast east from Hunstanton to Cromer

Paston Way: See sandy beaches and rural farmland of Norfolk’s north east coast, between Cromer and North Walsham

Peddars Way: Starts in Suffolk at Knettishall Heath, near Thetford and heads north along a Roman Road, to Holme-Next-The-Sea

Weavers’ Way: Between Cromer in north Norfolk through mixed farmland and The Broads to Great Yarmouth

Wensum Way: A new Norfolk Trail in central Norfolk, from Gressenhall Farm through to Lenwade

Wherryman’s Way: East from Norwich through the Yare Valley and the Norfolk Broads, to Great Yarmouth

It could be that you capture a coastal sunset on Weavers’ Way, discover an old church on Paston Way or spot some wildlife while trekking on one of the trails through the Norfolk Broad. Whatever your journey, capture those discoveries in your best shot and share it with these guys on social media!

The competition runs until 30th Sept 2014 and the judges include: Brian Hannah, Chairman of Norfolk County Council, Nigel Pickover, Eastern Daily Press and Norwich Evening News Editor and David Yates, Norfolk County Council’s Senior Trails Officer, each pick their top two favourites to go through to the finals.

The six finalists will then see their images go to a public vote for a chance to win treats including £100 to spend at Cotswolds Outdoor and the winning photo made into a canvas print.

Find out more about the competition and how to enter www.norfolk.gov.uk/norfolktrailstreasure

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