Chilterns Commons Project competition to celebrate beauty of our commons

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The stunning landscape of the Chilterns has inspired artists over the years and, to celebrate the natural beauty of our commons, the Chilterns Commons Project is running a free art competition.

Artwork in any medium is welcomed from amateur artists young and old inspired by a common in the Chilterns.

Prizes will be awarded to category winners and selected entries short-listed by local judges will be publicly exhibited at Arts4every1 in High Wycombe from 13 October – 14 November 2014.

We are delighted that our vice-chairman Graham Bathe, who is also on the steering group for the Foundation for Common Land, will be acting as one of the judges.

Visit the Chilterns AONB website for full details of the competition and how to enter.

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