Now in its 3rd year, Caterham Rotary Club’s Young Photographer Competition goes from strength to strength as it becomes more widely recognised. It was open to all young people in the following three age groups . (School Year ending 31st August 2018)

Junior: Up to and including Year 6

Intermediate:  Up to and including Year 11

Senior:  Age under 19

Entrants from around 16 local school submitted entries.

Rotarian Marianne Woods commented “this year we had a set a more challenging theme ‘Urban Landscape in Surrey’ and the winning entries were just amazing in their interpretation and approach”

The winners were:

Junior Evie Ivory.   Warlingham Village School “The Bee.”

Intermediate Harry Watts Sunnydown School Caterham. “Boots”

Senior Kerry Collison.  Riddlesdown Collegiate Purley “Jaguar car in the wood”

The winners each received £100 and a certificate with additional cash prizes given to the runners up in each category

The judges were Ying Shi the owner of  and sponsor of the event, Colin England from Caterham U3A Photographic Group and Julia Church Editor of The Caterham Independent

We are delighted to announce that the winning, runners up, and highly commended photos are now on display in the shop window at Kodak Express /Caterham Photography Croydon Road Caterham

[Photo below features Caterham Rotary President Stephanie Barrett with the winners (L to R  Kerry Collison Evie Ivory and Harry Watts]