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Dale Reynolds, winner of the Over 19 years category and overall winner with his picture 'A Glorious Mornin' with mayor Patrick Chung and Lucy Perkins, former chairwoman of the Abbey Gardens Friends. 'Picture by Josephine Sweetman ANL-160227-180729001
Dale Reynolds, winner of the Over 19 years category and overall winner with his picture 'A Glorious Mornin' with mayor Patrick Chung and Lucy Perkins, former chairwoman of the Abbey Gardens Friends. 'Picture by Josephine Sweetman ANL-160227-180729001

The awards have been snapped up by the winners of the Friends of the Abbey Gardens’ Photography Competition and their work is on show until March 10.

The winners of the four classes received their awards from St Edmundsbury Mayor Patrick Chung last week, then their pictures, and those of the second and third placed photographers, went on show at the Apex. They will be there until March 3, then move to St Edmundsbury Cathedral Cloisters.

Winners of the Abbey Gardens Friends Photography Competition'Picture by Josephine Sweetman ANL-160227-180718001
Winners of the Abbey Gardens Friends Photography Competition'Picture by Josephine Sweetman ANL-160227-180718001

The four- to eight-year-old class was won by Francesca Freeman with ‘Pretty in Pink’; nine-to 13-year-old class was won by Rhea Pizzey with ‘High Tea; the 14- 18-year-old winner was Hannah Game with ‘Autumn at the Abbey’ and the winner of the over 19-years class and overall winner was Dale Reynolds with ‘A Glorious Morning’.

The pictures will also be made into a range of greetings cards to be sold in the Abbey Gardens.



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