Guild photography competition launched to capture a ‘G’ in the city

Posted on - 26th June, 2012 - 8:23am | Author - | Posted in - Photos, Preston Guild
the guild 'G' made out of stationery

The Guild ‘G’ made from staplers, penciles and more in the Guild office

Creative photographers will need to get their thinking caps on for the official Guild photo competition.


To be in with a chance of winning an iPad3 you need to come up with an interesting way to take a photo of a ‘G’.

Organisers want to see the ‘G’ take on one of the five Guild themes including international, green, people, business or creativity.

The rather benign effort above was done by the Guild team themselves, putting together all their office stationery to form the letter.

To enter you need to take your photo and then upload it to the Guild Scrolls website.

Click on post your scoll, enter your location, type your details, add your message and then upload your ‘G’.

Rachel Daly, from the Guild team, said: “We’re very enthusiastic about promoting the competition as widely as possible and feel it will generate a real buzz in the lead up to Guild week a unique, once every 20 year event celebrated by the whole city.”

Deadline for all entries is Friday 14 September at 3pm.

The winner will be presented with their iPad by the Guild mayor.

Anyone can enter, there is no restriction on age or location.

More details on the Guild website.

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