World Photo Day Competition

August 19th 2017 marks World Photography Day 2017! pexels photo copy copy

To celebrate, Young Devon is throwing an organisation wide photo competiton. Young people, staff, volunteers, trustees, you're all welcome to join in and fight it out for the best snaps! Make sure you spread the message around your teams and with the young people you work with...

We are looking for photos of anything that takes place at Young Devon! So this could be a trip out, a workshop, course, a day in the office, some yummy food at Market Street....anything, you name it! You are free to get creative. 

Submissions are open from now until 16th August. A special guest judge will take a look at all the photos and a winner will be announced on the 19th August!! 

Please send all submissions to  

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