The first #Greggs4Good photo competition of 2020 is now open


What would you do if you had an extra £250 to spend on your project?

We are very excited to announce that the first #Greggs4Good photo competition of 2020 is now open!

Greggs Foundation will award the handsome sum of £250 to the best #Greggs4Good photo. It doesn’t matter if you are just getting started or if your project is in full swing, we would love to see how you are getting on. Everyone at Semble and at Greggs Foundation loves seeing stories and images that illustrate how far your projects have progressed since your grant and what difference you have made in your local community.

To enter, simply set up your project page on Semble and create a blog post with some photos which tells us what you’ve been up to.

Things that we will be looking out for are:

  • Photos that capture the exciting developments on the project that is supported by Greggs Foundation
  • Photos that show the involvement of community members on the project
  • Regular blog and photo updates on your project page that show how the project is progressing over time.

If you are looking for inspiration, take a peak at the winning entries from the 2019 photo competitions:

The closing date of the competition is Sunday 26th January at midnight.

This photo competition is open to all projects on the Greggs Foundation network, not just recent grant recipients and all previous blog posts and pictures will be taken into consideration. Photos will be judged by the Greggs Foundation team.

If you need any further information please contact Keir Barraclough at

Best of luck!

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About the Author:

Keir is a project officer based in Semble's Bristol office. Most of his time is spent on two of our movement campaigns, Outdoor Classroom Day and Backyard Nature. One of Keir’s main interests is food equality and outside of Semble he runs a small community food waste project.