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Near Pendeen lighthousePenwith Hedges Photography Competition 2021

One of the aims of the Penwith Landscape Partnership is to help record and celebrate the wonderful Cornish Hedges found in Penwith. As such for Hedge Week we launched our Penwith Hedges Photography Competition, as we wanted to see your images that capture the beauty and wonder of our Cornish hedges. These images will help us create an artistic record of Penwith’s hedges for future generations.

We have now assessed the entries to our competition, and we are pleased to announce that the winner was the stunning image to the right, taken by Jenny Hollow - congratulations Jenny! The standard of entries was very high, and as such our judges awarded first, second and third places in the contest, and three additional places for highly commended entries. You can see all the top entries in our winners gallery - click the link below to view this. We hope you love them as much as we do.

Penwith Hedges Photo Competition Winners Gallery


IMG_2116Help us record a year of a Cornish Hedge

One of the aims of our Seeing the Landscape project is to create an artistic record a year of a Cornish Hedge. As such we are seeking volunteers who can revisit the same stretch of Cornish Hedge once a month for a year to record the changes that can take place. This can be in the form of photographs, or another artistic form if you prefer - we are happy for you to use your imagination! The artworks produced will be displayed on the Penwith Landscape Partnership website and included as part of our Seeing the Landscape exhibition in summer 2022. All artists will retain their own copyright and will of course always be credited when their artworks are used.

If you would like to help us created a record of the year of a Cornish Hedge for future generations and would like to volunteer please email Katie at for more information. We can't wait see what images you create!