The deadline for the Norwich 12 photography competition is fast approaching, with the entries due by 31st October.
The prestigious new photography competition was launched in September to showcase inspiring photography talent and capture the essence of the iconic city buildings that are part of Norwich 12.
Winning entries will go on display in a public exhibition in Norwich in early 2009 and be produced as postcards for public sale. Prizes also include vouchers and Norwich 12 goodie bags.
Norwich 12 is the UK's finest collection of individually outstanding heritage buildings and comprises: Norwich Castle, Norwich Cathedral, The Great Hospital, The Halls - St Andrew's and Blackfriars', The Guildhall, Dragon Hall, The Assembly House, St James Mill, St John's Roman Catholic Cathedral, Surrey House, City Hall and The Forum.
The competition is organised by Norwich Heritage Economic and Regeneration Trust (HEART), which is behind the Norwich 12 initiative.
The competition is open to photographers of all abilities and ages. Full details on how to enter are available from www.norwich12.co.uk or by calling 01603 305575 to request an entry pack.
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For more information please contact Christina Lundberg, Communications Manager at Norwich HEART on 01603 599570 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
About Norwich 12
Norwich 12 is the UK's finest collection of individually outstanding heritage buildings spanning the Norman, Georgian, Victorian and modern eras. Charting an extraordinary journey through the history of one of England's great cities, Norwich 12 offers a unique visitor experience which embraces the legacy of these iconic buildings, the pivotal roles they continue to play today and the remarkable cityscape which weaves them together.
Norwich 12 is an initiative by Norwich HEART, which has secured £1 million from the Treasury's Invest to Save budget for the project.
About Norwich HEART
Norwich Heritage Economic and Regeneration Trust (HEART) is a private, charitable trust set up to act as an umbrella organisation for all of the heritage on offer in Norwich and to be a best practice exemplar internationally for heritage as a social and economic regeneration vehicle.
The Invest to Save Budget (ISB) is a joint Treasury/Cabinet Office initiative with an aim to create sustainable improvements in the capacity to deliver public services in a more joined up manner. A key principle of the ISB programme is that investment is provided in return for reform.
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