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FCA Thames Valley young person crowned winner of national photography competition

A 12-year-old child from FCA Thames Valley was crowned the winner of the FCA National photography competition.

May 2 2019 - 5 min read

A 12-year-old child from FCA Thames Valley was crowned the winner of the FCA National photography competition, with his ‘old versus new’ photo which was taken in London, of St Pauls Cathedral framed between two glass office buildings.

The FCA National Photography Competition final took place at the Chateau Impney, which fitted the theme of this year’s competition being ‘Buildings and Architecture’ perfectly. This is the second year that the competition took place which has been inspired by young people from FCA.  Over 65 children from across the FCA entered the competition.

Managing Director Roy Murray said “Once again we were completely blown away once again by the talent of our children and young people. The standard this year was amazing, It a great opportunity for our children and young people to get creative. There were so many wonderful photographs”.

This year’s winner said “I’m really happy that I won the competition, I thought all of the other children’s photographs were really good. My photograph is now on the wall in my bedroom and looks great. I am proud of myself that I entered and so are my foster carers”.