The judges considered all the entries - the photos and the accompanying words.

Based on these and what the entry said about 'Suffolk', a short list was been drawn up and

the winners were announced at our Spring event on April 24th.

Please note that by submitting the image (and words) to SPS, consent has been granted to SPS to use the image on our social media, website and in any marketing to support our #SuffolkBeauty campaign.

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And the winners are .........


1st Place: Juliet Blaxland
Easton Bavents (above left)

2nd Place: Kinga Ston
Southwold Beach (left)

3rd Place: Matt Huggins
Ipswich Buttermarket (above)



Here is the judges' shortlist of the 10 best
entries into our competition.
Suffolk Beauty Easton Bavents
Easton Bavents farm - Maris Otter barley ripening
for Adnams
Suffolk Beauty Deben
Our beautiful River Deben area at its best, which I think is still unspoilt and one of the jewels of Suffolk
Suffolk Beauty Sheep

Suffolk Beauty Sudbury

Pastoral sunrise in Suffolk - along the watermeadows in Bury St Edmunds

Sudbury swim place. On Autumn mornings the sun beams through and voices from 150 years ago echo around


Suffolk Beauty MellisSuffolk Beauty Hare
The walk home from the bus in MellisWide open spaces, broad deep skies,
newly sewn fields, ancient woodlands
and Britains best wildlife

Suffolk Beauty WoodbridgeSuffolk Beauty beach huts
Woodbridge's Victorian tide mill still produces flour.
The mill wheels are turned by water tumbling from a
reservoir replenished at every tide
What I find most beautiful about Suffolk is the tranquillity
and the idyllic landscapes
Suffolk Beauty IpswichSuffolk Beauty Pakenham Windmill
The hidden past of buildings within our towns
and villages
Few things say Suffolk as much as a
windmill does. Pakenham windmill puts our
village on the map
Last updated: 25-04-2017