A free photography exhibition will take place in Louth to mark the final year of the Coastal Grazing Marshes Project’s lottery funding.
From wide open skies and quiet country lanes to churches, farming and wildlife, the grazing marshes have a rich history and are fantastic places to visit and explore.
Following the success of this year’s photography competition, in which local people were asked to enter their favourite photographs from the grazing marshes, the exhibition will showcase 150 of the best entries.
The photographs will be exhibited at Park Gallery, Spout Yard, Louth, on August 23, 26, 27 and 29.
The winning entry was ‘Combining’ by Emma Crust, and runners-up were Sandra Todd with ‘Four Spot Chaser’, Gill Kennett with ‘Ruined Building’ and Stephen Laws with ‘Golden Harvest’.
For more information contact the Coastal Grazing Marshes team on 01507 613134 or visit www.lincsmarshes.org.uk