Cilcain Parish Church and Moel Famau

August Bank Holiday Monday

Cilcain Show

Photographic Competition 2019


Competition Steward: Mr James Biggleson.

Email bigglesleni@gmail.com.  Judge: John Bell, (TBC)  AWPF  UPI-Cr2  BPE3


There are four classes plus the Village Hall Trophy in which to enter photographs:



Class 1: White Horse Cup - “Portraits”

Competitors can enter one photograph of themselves, their family or someone they know.


Class 2: The Kemp Trophy - “All creature great and small”

Competitors should enter any image that includes an animal.


Class 3: The Kinsey-Miles Cup - “Inspirations”

Competitors may enter a single photograph of things that inspire( views, people, places).


Class 4: Pringle Cup - Young Persons Class for under 16 year olds - “Pets and their people”


Two overall trophies will also be awarded as follows:


The Lloyds Bank Trophy for the most outstanding photograph.


The Village Hall Trophy for the most outstanding photograph of Cilcain and the surrounding area. The best image will be displayed in the village hall.


Submission requirements


Prints are to be prints not greater than A4 in size, and labelled on the back with the entrant’s name, contact phone number and Class. They should preferably be mounted on card, but not framed.


Files for the Pringle cup must be submitted by email and sent to the steward’s email address (bigglesleni@gmail.com) no later than the Friday before the show. The email must include your name, address and contact phone number. Please put your name and the picture’s title in to the file name of the image.


Previous award winning photographs are excluded. All prints must be handed to the steward between 8.30 & 9.30am on Show day.


Photographs are to be collected on Show day after 4.00pm.



Click HERE for 2019 Trophy Winners



See the 2018 winners here

See the 2017 winners here

2007 winner of the Kemp Trophy

Find out more about the village of Cilcain at the village web site: CilcainToday.org.uk

The photography competition attracts dozens of entries each year.








Interested in Photography?


Take a look at the Mold Camera Club web site!