As part of this year’s Virtual Wellbeing Festival, a number of challenges were set out for health and social care staff colleagues around the county to enjoy. Having proved particularly popular, the eagerly anticipated winners of the photography competition have now been announced.
Having attracted plenty of interest from festival attendees across Northamptonshire, judges Suz Johnson and Pradeep Rajguru were always going to face a tough task to choose the county’s finest photographs.
The pair toiled over a host of fantastic entries across various competition categories, including ‘Nature’, ‘Water’ and ‘Green’. Eventually, they settled on four sharpshooters whose work proved consistently impressive throughout the week-long challenge.
The winners of this year’s photography challenge were Alison Bosworth, Anne Linsell, Bhavyang Acharya and Sara Fidelia – each photographer offering different styles and ideas while maintaining a fantastic standard of image. To get a taste of their work, take a look at the images below that were highlighted by the judging panel for their excellence.
Northamptonshire Health and Care Partnership extends congratulations to all the victors, while a big thank you goes to all those who took part in the photography challenge.
Images (left to right): Alison Bosworth, Anne Linsell, Bhavyang Acharya and Sara Fidelia
Rewind and rewatch!
While over a month has passed since this year’s hugely successful Virtual Wellbeing Festival, all sessions remain accessible on the festival website, available for any health and social care colleague in the county to watch on demand.
Whether you’ve got an itch to get grooving with Disco Diva, get inspired to eat well and spend less, or revisit the incredible headline speakers who graced the week-long festival – including Ruby Wax, Amazin LeThi, Dr Andy Cope, Gareth Thomas, Chris Packham and Dan Cross and Efrem Brynin – the extensive choice of content is right there at your fingertips.
Visit the website to catch up on these unmissable sessions now.
Please note that the recordings of festival headliners are password-protected to keep content exclusive for health and social care colleagues. To access these videos, please refer to your internal communication channels.