Thank you to all of the clients, contractors and associates of Jenrick who entered our charity photo competition for this year.
As most of you know, the theme for the competition was simply called ‘Your Britain.'
National award-winning Photography Company, Media Wisdom kindly judged the photos, as well as Xerxes Music for providing the mellow soundtrack to accompany each slideshow.
Without wishing to hold you on any longer, here are the twelve photos, which will appear on this year's calendar . . .
I'm sure you will all agree that those photos genuinely reflect and represent so many aspects of ‘Our Britain' so thank all for entering them once again.
Now, for those of you who would like to see ALL the entries for this year, then go straight to the slideshow below . . .
Thank you to everyone for supporting the event this year.
Below are the names of the final 12 winners who are represeting our 2011 Calendar along with the names of their chosen charities who have now received their donation from Jenrick.
Ben Robinson - Baby Peter Tribute Fund (NSPCC)
Fiona Montgomery - The Dogs Trust
Robert Morris - UNICEF
Colin Butcher - SERV
Nigel Bethell - Cheltenham Friends of Samaritans
Joy Noon - Macmillan Cancer Support
Michael Highfield - Blesma
Colin Pratt - Riverside School for Special Needs
Gemma Lee - Mencap
Mike Flay - The LOROS Hospice
Pradeep Bhanot - Cancer Research UK
Brenda Carlisle - Pancreatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland
What will be the theme for next year?
We've already been asked what the theme will be for next year's calendar and to tell the truth - we don't know yet!
So, help us decide by giving your Jenrick consultant a call and let them know your ideas or alternatively please send your ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org and in the meantime, keep your camera dusted off and at the ready to ensure you can enter your photos to be featured in our 2012 calendar.
We look forward to hearing from you!
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