Calendar Competition 2022 – a Schools Special

In a change in format, this year’s photographic calendar competition is for local Uckfield schools only. The theme is #myuckfield.

The competition is open to all Uckfield schools and we will work with them to involve their pupils in this project. The photographs must represent what Uckfield means to the individual.

All entries must be received by Friday 24 September. Judging will take place in early October.

The prizewinners will receive vouchers to be spent at a local Uckfield retailer of their choice.

The printed calendars for 2022 will be delivered to all Uckfield residents in early December 2021.


2021 Photographic Calendar Competition – ‘Funny Photograph Caption’ 

The photographic competition for entries into the 2021 Uckfield calendar closed on 31 August 2020. The competition was all about your funny photographs and the captions that go with them. The winners were as follows:

First prizeFirst prize photograph

Jen Carter

‘Uploading to the cloud!’




Second Prizesecond prize photograph

Pam Ambrose

‘Did someone say smile?!’




Third PrizeThird prize photograph

Vernon Clark

‘There’s more than six in our bubble!’





The calendars were delivered to Uckfield Residents early December 2020.

Calendar Photograhic competition winners 2019

2020 Photographic Calendar Competition – 

‘Uckfield at Work, Rest and Play’ 


The competition to find the 12 pictures to be featured in the calendar, showing ‘Uckfield at Work, Rest and Play’ ran from 1st January 2019 to 16th August 2019. The competition was open to amateur photographers of all ages who live within the Town and a maximum of two entries per person.


A panel comprised of the Town Mayor, Judith Stewart (a Sussex Photographic Federation Judge) and Ron Hill (Ron Hill Photographic) select the winning entries.

The winning entries were:-

  • Rachel Banham
  • Sophie Clark
  • Jonathan Close
  • Julie Eiloart
  • Doreen Forster
  • David Hall
  • Jeff Holman
  • Jill Moar


Winning entries were used in Uckfield Town Council’s 2020 Calendar which was delivered to every home in the town at the beginning of December 2019, and displayed in the Civic Centre. They are also used on the Town Council’s website, in “The Voice” and other ad hoc publications.

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