Sutton parks celebrated in photo competition

Winners of a photo competition celebrating the borough's parks have been announced by Sutton Council in south west London.

Beddington Park Pic: David Moore
Beddington Park Pic: David Moore

During the summer Sutton Council challenged people across the borough to send in their best snaps of the borough's parks and received hundreds of entries.

Wallington resident David Moore picked up the adult prize for his picture of a misty walk with the dog in Beddington Park (above right).

Leah Fox, of Rosehill Gardens, won the under 11s category with her photo of friends in Rosehill Park.

The 12 to 17 years category went to Yassin Yassin for his photo in Manor Park.

 

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