1. CRT Village Show Grow it at home Competition 2020 is split into three categories: “Weird and wonderful veg”, “Fabulous Fruit” and “Pots, planters and baskets”. The themes are open to your personal interpretation but we’re looking for your photographs that show off what you have been growing in your gardens at home. 

  2. Plants photographed must have been taken in the past 12 months.
  3. The CRT’s decision as to the eligibility of individual photographs will be final.

  4. Photographs entered must be taken in the UK, the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man.

  5. Entrants can submit up to one photo per category on our social media outlets or Grow it at home Competition page comments section on the website

  6. The CRT accepts any form of photo manipulation but we do not want you to deceive the viewer with a misrepresented portrayal of the nature of the photo.

  7. The competition is open to UK residents only (including residents of the Channel Islands and Isle of Man). Employees of the CRT, as well as their immediate families are not eligible to enter. Entrants under the age of 18 need the verifiable consent of a parent or guardian to enter.

  8. The competition closes at 18.00 on Saturday 15th August 2020. Entries received after this time and date will not be considered. The 3 photo winners will be announced at 16.00 on Sunday 16th August 2020. The overall winner will be announced at 16.00 on Tuesday 25th August 2020. Winners will be announced on Facebook and the CRT website CRT Village Show page. 

  9. All photographs will be judged on the following criteria:

    Weird and Wonderful Veg - wonky, huge, tiny or perfect veg!
    Fabulous Fruit
    Pots, Planters and baskets - flowers plants etc
  10. Please take your photos responsibly and always follow the Countryside Code. You can find more information here:

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