Poole Conservatives are proud to live in a community with a strong maritime heritage. We support all efforts to promote that heritage and help mariners. That's why we are happy to remind you that today is the last day for entries to the Shipwrecked Mariners' Society's Ultimate Sea View photography competition.
This competition for photos encapsulating the UK’s love of and reliance on the sea is in its third year. It will be judged on the Cutty Sark in London, by a prestigious panel of media and maritime experts, including the picture editor at the Sunday Times, Ray Wells, the head of pictures at the Independent, Sophie Batterbury, the editor of Amateur Photographer, Nigel Atherton, and the chief executive of the Shipwrecked Mariners’ Society, Commodore Malcolm Williams.
The prize, donated by P&O Ferries, will be a five-day return crossing on their Dover to Calais route for a car or caravan and up to nine passengers. Runners up will also receive prizes form the society.
If you have a great photo you want to submit, do so today!