We recently sent out a poll containing a selection of themes for our next charity photo competition, allowing everyone to vote for their favourite. This year the results were really close but one theme just managed to win it and that theme is... (drum roll please)...

‘A moment of calm...'

Thank you to everyone who has taken the time to vote! So it’s time to dust off your camera and start snapping away! Send your photos to photo@jenrick.co.uk

Not entered before? This is how it works...

Every year, Jenrick runs a charity photo competition that allows members of the public to enter photos based on a theme, as voted by the public themselves! So, if you or your company support a local (or national) charity, then this is a fabulous (and simple) way for you to raise funds for them! The 12 winning photos (one per month), as voted by award winning photographers Media Wisdom Photography, are featured in the Jenrick corporate calendar, which is then distributed to thousands of corporations throughout the UK! Not only that, Jenrick also donates £1,200 to charity, with each of the winners receiving £100 from that pool of money to donate to a charity of their choice.

Want to see the winning entries from some of our previous competitions and calendars?

What kind of ‘calming’ photos can you send in?

The list is endless! It can be of anything that reflects a moment of calm or something that has a calming effect on you. If you’re unsure if a photo you've taken is what we’re looking for, just send it into us at photo@jenrick.co.uk and we’ll happily let you know if you’re on the right lines!

How to send in your photos:

Simply send them to photo@jenrick.co.uk (2 photos maximum per person please).

CLOSING DEADLINE FOR PHOTO ENTRIES:

HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO WEDNESDAY 1ST OCTOBER 2014

NB: – Picture Quality/manipulation: As the Calendar will be printed, we do require pictures of at least 500kb in size to ensure they are large enough to include. So, if you take any pictures with smart phones or mobile phones, please ensure that the resolution is set at the highest possible level.  Please can we also ask for photos not to be digitally manipulated.