National Wildlife Photographer winners on display!
Tuesday 17th July
The winning photos from the world’s most respected Veolia Environmental Wildlife Photography Competition are now on display in Derbyshire, at the Grand Pavilion, Matlock Bath!
The Natural History Museum and BBC Wildlife Magazine invites entries from amateur and professional wildlife photographers to take part. This year they have had over 40,000 entries from all over the world.
Open daily at the Grand Pavilion Matlock Bath, 10.30 – 4.30 pm, from 14th July to 2nd September 2012, you can see the 106 winning images with an astonishing range of wildlife, landscape and seascape photographs. The photo featured was photographed by Steve Mills (UK) and is called 'The assassin!'
The Admission fee for: adults £4, children under 8 go free, children 8 -15/ students is £3 and family group £10. The Pavilion is 5 minutes walk from Matlock Bath Station, which has a direct train service from Nottingham, via the scenic Derwent Valley Rail line (for details see www.nationalrail.co.uk). There are lots of lovely walks nearby.
It is the 48th year this annual competition has been held, but it’s the first time on display in Derbyshire. It has been brought here by a local social enterprise, Crane Gregory Projects Ltd, in collaboration with the Grand Pavilion Ltd and the Peak District Mining Museum.