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Every picture tells a story – and charities and community groups are being given a great chance to tell theirs by entering a photographic competition organised by the Cambridge Council for Voluntary Service and the University of Cambridge.

The theme of the contest is “Community Treasures” and staff, volunteers or supporters are invited to submit photos that encapsulate the valuable work that their organisation does.

The competition is open to charities and community groups throughout Cambridgeshire. Entries must be in by Friday, October 18. A shortlist will then be drawn up and two prizes of £150 – one awarded by a panel of judges and the other by public vote – will be awarded to the winning groups.

The winners will be announced at the Community Treasures conference taking place in Cambridge November 12. All the shortlisted images will be displayed there and then again at exhibitions open to the public around the county.

Whittlesey Street Pride group were one of the runners-up in last year’s competition, which was won by Headway Cambridgeshire.

Full details, entry forms and rules are available from CCVS at www.cambridgecvs.org.uk/Your-voice/Photo%20comp