It’s competition time!

Brownhills is full of unexpected beauty. Show me and the readers what you love!

Hey folks – regulars here will know that over Christmas and new year on the Brownhills Blog we normally have a quiz where real prizes can be won – mini kegs of Backyard Ale or books; well – this year is no exception, but following last year when I made things a shade too difficult, we’re having a change around.

This year there will be two competitions – the first is a photo competition. So many people out there taking photos of our town and wider afield. Please send in – either by posting on facebook, twitter or emailing me – a photo or two you’re proud of.

It doesn’t have to be Brownhills, as many of you live away from the hallowed town now, but I’ll run two categories – home and away, and anyone can enter both. Pictures don’t have to be current, and can be anything, but should be positive and above all, yours.

I’m not looking for the next David Bailey (ask your ma) so if you’re not technical, or only have an old phone, that’s cool. It’s content and capture that matters.

I’ll keep the competition open until noon on Sunday, 7th January when a panel of me, co-admins Phil and Linda on Facebook and the young Mr Evans will decide which we like and award prizes.

Our decision will be final and this is all intended as fun, so don’t get heavy. Ask previous winners though, the beer is real and brewed in Brownhills!

Tomorrow I will be unveiling a short quiz as well, which again will offer prizes, but there will be fewer questions and you’ll have to go and explore Brownhills and use your noggin for the answers!

Again, a beer prize (or equivalent if you’re on the wagon) for that. So get to it.

Send your photos in and I’ll pst them in a gallery post as we go.

Send them to BrownhillsBob at Googlemail dot com, @BrownhillsBob on twitter or post to the Facebook group.

Best of luck!

Morris makes for a good sunset.

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