Winners of Conwy Quays Marina 2016 Photo Competition announced

Winners of Conwy Quays Marina 2016 Photo Competition announced

Conwy Quays Marina's 2016 Photo Competition received a record number of entries and the winners in each category have been announced.
The photo shown was the winner of the Action category and shows a Conwy One Design Classic Day Racer racing off Deganwy Quays Marina in the Conwy Estuary. It was taken by Roger Millward, owner of Orca.
The winner of the Lifestyle Category was Joanne Whalley, owner of Lady Jane, with her photo of Conwy Marina in the early evening.
Alison Harris, owner of Christy, won the Surrounding Area category with her photo taken from the underside of the Menai Bridge.
Finally the Wildlife category was won by Mrs Morgan, owner of Dalria, with her tranquil shot of a cormorant on a channel marker.
All category winners win a bottle of Moet Chandon champagne and the winning entries are shown in the Quay Marinas website photo gallery and will be displayed in the 2017 marina handbook.

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