It’s the New Year 2020 photo competition time!

@019’s spring seems an age away now, but the year for me meant discovering again places from my youth – like Lower Avenue near Brewood.

Hey folks – regulars here will know that over Christmas and new year on the Brownhills Blog we normally have a quiz or photo competition where mini kegs of Backyard Ale – award winning grog brewed right here in Brownhills – or books can be won.

Please send in – either by posting on facebook, twitter or emailing me – one photo you’re proud of that represents they year past for you or the season. Get cracking, entries are open right now.

It doesn’t have to be Brownhills, as many of you live away from the hallowed town now, and anyone can enter. Pictures should be from this past year if possible, and should be positive, non political and above all, taken by you or a member of your family you represent.

Last year there were several attempts to post images that weren’t original, and one was trying to make a social point: I reserve the right to disregard such entries. This is a positive gesture from my own pocket so please play fair!

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, 5th January 2020 when a panel of me and a panel yet to be assembled will decide which we like and award prizes.

Each judge will pick one winner and one runner up.

Remember, just one picture per person is allowed, otherwise we get swamped with whole galleries!

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

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

Best of luck!

I forgot we had a bit of snow last January. Suitably festive!

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