St Albans photographer runner-up in RSPCA competition
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A St Albans teenager has received a prize in RSPCA’s youth photo competition.
Molly Charnock, 13, came runner-up out of more than 4,700 entries across England and Wales in the 12-15 Mobile Phone and Devices category with her entry: ‘Puppy’.
The RSPCA invited young people under the age of 18 to take photos of the animal kingdom for this year’s Young Photographer Award.
The competition was judged by a panel of experts in the field, including RSPCA Vice President and Springwatch presenter Chris Packham.
Reflecting on the calibre of the entrants, Packham said: “There are some beautiful pictures in this year’s winners’ gallery, with real talent shining through.”
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The winners were announced at an awards ceremony held at the Tower of London yesterday.
All the winning images can be seen at: young.rspca.org.uk/ypa/galleries
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