Twitter Photo Competition for Church Tourism Week

We’re proud partners of Church Tourism Week this year and to celebrate we’re giving away two copies of our book, ‘Saving Churches’, to the best photo of a Friends church shared with us on Twitter during the week. Church Tourism Week runs from 20th-29th July 2018, so we’ll be accepting entries from midnight on the 20th until 11.59pm on 29th July. Half of our churches are in Wales, so we’re giving away one prize for the loveliest English church photo and one for the finest Welsh one. It can be a photo of anything at the church you love and you think other people might too - inside or out, in the churchyard, from the gate or even a long view of the church in the landscape.

Saving Churches by Matthew Saunders

Simply tweet the photo (taken by you) with the hashtag #friendscomp and tag us @friendschurches to enter. You can submit more than one photo, so if you’re planning a round trip to several of our churches that week – we’d love to see your photos! And don’t worry if your photo was taken a while ago – share it with us and you’ll be in with a chance of winning a gorgeous book worth £20!

Church Tourism Week is organised by the Churches Conservation Trust. Find out more about the campaign and events near you

  1. Photographs submitted for the competition must have been taken by the person who submitted them.
  2. The photograph must be of a church (or detail thereof) owned by the Friends of Friendless Churches (Friends of Friendless Churches is a company limited by guarantee Charity No: 1113097 Company No: 1119137 registered in England and Wales). For a full list of churches owned by us visit our website.
  3. Photographs must be entered by tweeting @friendschurches and / or tagging #friendscomp.
  4. We will remove entries from the competition if they are deemed inappropriate or offensive in any way decided by us.
  5. Entries will only be accepted from midnight on the 20th until 11.59pm on 29th
  6. Entries will be judged privately by the Friends office and any external judges we choose and our decision is final.