We will post a category every other day. You simply post your photos relating to each category under the post on www.facebook.com/beckenhamplacepark on the correct day so that others can enjoy your creations.
6 July – Most obedient (video clip, maximum 1 minute duration)
8 July – Happiest/smiliest dog (photo)
10 July – Dog-owner look alike (photo of dog and owner)
The categories are easy enough so that you don’t need a garden to take part. We will post a category every other day on www.facebook.com/beckenhamplacepark . You simply post your photos relating to each category under the post on the correct day so that others can enjoy your creations.
13 July – Fruit & Veg
Any fruit or vegetables you have grown yourself or have seen growing and admired in someone else’s garden, a park or an allotment. Show us the most spectacular produce – tasty-looking, shiny, big, colourful! Something that stands out!
15 July – Creative food on a plate
Creative food designs on your plate. It must be something that you are going to eat! Can you make an animal out of fruit and veg? or arrange your fruit salad into a face on the plate? [I’m particularly looking forward to this one and have been having a go already – see attached pic!]
17 July – Flowers in recycled materials
A flower or vase of flowers made out of recycled materials. Think newspaper flowers, toilet roll or drinks can vases, yoghurt lid leaves. Scour the recycling for ideas!
Please tell us who made the creation too, and their age if it’s a child. We won’t be giving out prizes but will be looking at all your entries and celebrating your creativity.
The theme this year is wider than the usual floral, to include wildlife, park life and garden life. This part of the show is being handled by two wonderful volunteers, Emily and Deborah.
The work will be on sale – this is a wonderful opportunity to support artists at a difficult time in the arts world.