2019 Monthly Photography Competitions

We'd like to thank everyone who sent in a photo this year. These competitions would consist of, and result in, literally nothing without an active response from the community. The standard has been incredibly high (not just in among the finalists and winners) and it has been a pleasure to see all of the varied and interesting images which portray Keynsham in such a positive way.

The twelve winners from throughout the year will now be turned into posters and displayed at Keynsham Railway station in early 2020.

How will winning entries be used?

Winning photographs will then be used as part of a ‘Keynsham through the Year display at Keynsham Railway Station in 2020.

Our Winners


Somer Children by Mike Vigliucci


Priory Blizzard by Paul Tompkins


The sun breaking through the trees in the Manor Road Community Woodland, Keynsham
Communitrees by Adrian Wyatt


A close up of some flowers in Keynsham Memorial Park
Memorial Bloom by Connie Coppard


A bug crawls across the top of a Dandelion Clock
Dandy Bug by Carol Blake


A bee prepares to land on a blooming flower with the tower of St Johns the Baptist Church, Keynsham in the background
Pollen Pilgrim by Carol Jennings


A child resting under a tree near the café in Memorial Park, Keynsham
A Shady Spot by Becky Grinter


Canal boats queue to pass through Keynsham lock with the former Fry's Chocolate Factory in the background
Keynsham Lock by Rachel Hicks


Keynsham Clocktower at dusk with a back drop of the High Street
Autumn Time by Rakesh Nar


A view of 'Echo Bridge'; the bypass bridge in Keynsham Memorial Park
Echo Bridge by Phil Riley


A view of a railway arch above the River Chew in Keynsham Memorial Park
Keynsham Railway Arch by Mike May


A frosty morning in the Chew Valley seen from the Wellsway, Keynsham
Frosty Morning on the Chew River by Amelie Bleakley

Terms & Conditions

By entering the competition, you agree for the photo you have submitted to be published on Keynsham Town Council’s Social Media Channels as part of the voting process along with your name. Entries may also be used to publicise future photography competitions.

If your entry is chosen as the winner, you agree for it to be used in the ‘A year in Keynsham’ exhibition at Keynsham Railway Station in 2020.

All entries may be cropped for effective display online and in the poster casings at Keynsham Railway Station (635mm x 1016mm).