Is there a place in Frodsham that inspires you?

IS there a place in Cheshire that inspires you? More to the point, is there a place in or around Frodsham that inspires you
An area of outstanding natural beauty, perhaps. or a local park or a little nook or cranny?
Cheshire West and Chester Museums are calling for photographs for a new rolling online exhibition celebrating the borough being launched on Friday February 26.
The Museums are looking for a photo of a place that means something to you, a partner or family members, with a short piece of writing about it. It could be a description of where the photo was taken, a poem, a few lines about why you chose it, anything at all.
To submit a contribution to the My Cheshire online exhibition:
•All photographs to be taken in landscape.
•Locations featured to be named and have public access.
•Images to be taken keeping to National social distancing guidelines.
•No people to appear in any images.
•Images, (min 1MB, max 3MB) and written reflections, (max 60 words), to be submitted via email to: socialmediawestcheshiremuseums@cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk
We at Frodsham Life think local residents should seek out local places and send in pictures of Frodsham to make sure the town is well represented in the exhibition.
My Cheshire, is a joint project between Cheshire West Libraries and West Cheshire Museums and can be viewed from Friday February 26 at: westcheshiremuseums.co.uk/my-cheshire/
Welcoming the online exhibition, Cllr Louise Gittins, leader, Cheshire West and Cheshire Council said: “I am delighted to have contributed to this online exhibition which celebrates the natural beauty and special places of where we live and work. The present time gives us a wonderful opportunity to take photos and write inspiring words that celebrate Cheshire and I especially encourage residents from across Cheshire West to contribute to My Cheshire.”
Picture: The iconic Hob Hey Wood

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