Best Kept Village Competitions 2020

Published 28 April 2020

Best Kept Village Poster and Photography Competition

As many of you may be aware, this year’s Best Kept Village Competition has been cancelled due to Covid-19. However, the Parish Council would still like to run some of the competitions as this is a great way to brighten up the village and will be fun for children and adults to take part.

Poster Competition
This year there will be three age categories for the poster competition:- 4-6, 7-9, 10-11. The theme will be “Things we love about Abbots Bromley”. Posters should be on A4 paper so that these can be scanned easily and printed. The closing date for the competition will be Friday, 15th May. Entries can be scanned and then emailed to the Parish Clerk at or posted to Abbots Bromley Parish Council, Marsh Farm, Uttoxeter Road, Abbots Bromley, Staffs, WS15 3EJ.

Prizes for the competition will be 1st prize £10 book token for each category and 2 runners up prizes of £5 book token for each category. The Parish Councillors will judge the posters and the winners will be contacted.

Wherever possible, the Parish Council will be print off and then display around the village on noticeboards, however, please feel free to display posters in your windows as well as they will look great around the village and everyone can enjoy them on their daily exercise.

Photography Competition
Parish Councillors have seen many fantastic photographs that have been taken while people are out and about on their daily exercise, so this year we have introduced a photographic competition for all those 12 years old and over. The theme for this competition is “Great Views of Abbots Bromley”.

Entries to be emailed to the Parish Clerk at Closing date for this competition will be Friday, 15th May. One entry per person.

Prizes for the competition will be 1st Prize £40 “Love to Shop” voucher 2nd Prize £25 “Love to Shop” voucher (to be used when things get back to normal!)

We do hope that many people will take part in this competition and celebrate the great village that we live in.

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