Take a picture of the river Thames and win
a digital camera!
PortCities is launching a competition for school children (under 16s) to celebrate the Thames.
The Thames is one of the most famous rivers in the world and the most important to Britain. It carried the merchant ships that once helped make Britain the richest country in the world, and the warships that defended Britain against enemies, and many famous people - alive and dead - have been carried on its waters.
It has also appeared in countless great works of art – including paintings, books and films, from Charles Dickens to James Bond.
But it’s more than that – it’s a river for everyone. Its shores are still used for work today, its sunsets are more beautiful then ever thanks to new buildings, and the people who use it daily make it a truly special river.
PortCities (the UK’s only website dedicated to helping people discover more about the maritime past of British ports) has launched its great new competition for school children to get them to become involved with the Thames.
We would like you to take a picture of the Thames under the three areas below.
- My Thames
- Thames skies
- Thames shores
Look at our Click Thames galleries for some ideas for your photos...
- The overall winner will win a Fuji Film Digital Q1 camera
- The winner and the shortlisted pictures will be put up onto the PortCities London website
How to enter...
- Fill in the Click Thames entry form. (Download the Post version entry form)
- Send the entry form with your picture to: 'Click Thames Competion', NPPR 7-8 Langly Court, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 9JY
Terms and conditons
- All competition entries need to be received by October 27th 2004
- The entries will be judged by the PortCities London team.
- All decisions are final in every situation (including any not covered above) and no correspondence will be entered into.
- Only the winner will be contacted personally.
- Submissions MUST be supplied with a complete Entry Form – downloadable from the PortCities website.
- Prizes must be taken as stated and there are no cash alternatives
- PortCities do not accept any responsibility for late or lost entries due to the Internet or postal service. Proof of sending is not proof of receipt.
- PortCities reserve the right to cancel the competition at any stage, if deemed necessary in their opinion, and if circumstances arise outside of their control.
- Entrants will be deemed to have accepted these rules and to agree to be bound by them when entering this quiz.
- This agreement is governed by laws of England and Wales.