Winners to be announced soon!

As part of the PHP Arts project, we have commissioned our photographer, Mike Preston, to run a photography competition.


The competition theme is “Priors Hall Park Through a Lens” and entries are invited from any amateur photographers who live, work or go to school in Priors Hall Park. There will be three age categories: primary school children, secondary school children and adults. Photographs can capture anything provided there is a link to Priors Hall Park.


Winners will be announced at our launch event on Saturday 3rd June 2017, and the winning entries will be displayed in our new community centre. In addition to receiving excellent prizes, the winner in each age category will also be presented with a framed copy of their photograph to proudly display at home.





You are invited to enter the Priors Hall Park Photography Competition: “Priors Hall Park Through A Lens”.

  • The Digital Photography Competition is open to all amateur photographers who live, work or go to school in Priors Hall Park.

  • You can take your phtographs with any equipment – camera, mobile, iPad, etc.

  • There are 3 age categories – UNDER 12, 12-17, 18+

  • The winner of each category will receive a prize and their photograph(s) will be featured in the exhibition in the Priors Hall Park community centre and on the Priors Hall Park Arts website.

  • Photos by runners-up may also be used as part of the exhibition and featured on the Priors Hall Park Arts website.

  • The judges’ decision on all matters affecting this competition is final and the results will be published on the Priors Hall Park Art website.



The Photography Competition opened on 22 April 2017 and closed on 22 May 2017.



You can enter as many photographs as you like.

Your entry/entries should show what it is like to be part of Priors Hall Park at this exciting time of its development.

Your photographs can be about the nature which surrounds Priors Hall Park, the building work which is evolving daily, the people who make Priors Hall Park a community, activities that are taking place, etc. Your photographs can be as panoramic or as close up as you wish. You will need to seek permission from any person who is recognizable in the photograph before submitting your entry.



Entries may originate in any format so long as they are submitted electronically in .jpg, or .png format.

All images must be submitted though the competition entry page on the Priors Hall Park Art website. Entries must include your name, age category, email address, address, and a brief summary of your photo submission. By entering the competition, you also agree to being added to the Made in Corby mailing list. You can unsubscribe at any time.

By entering, you indicate your agreement to, and acceptance of, the rules of this competition.