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03 March 2020

#BestPestPic2020 shortlist announced!

 The shortlist for the #BestPestPic2020 competition has been announced!

best pest pic 2020 shortlist

There were an incredible amount of entries and our first set of judges found it so difficult to choose between them all. 

As a result the shortlist has actually been increased from 10 entries to 11!

Congratulations to everyone who made the shortlist. 

Come and see us unveil the winner of the competition and £500 prize on our stand at PPC Live in Harrogate. 

In alphabetical order, the shortlist is as follows:

You can see all the entries using #BestPestPic2020 and the shortlisted entries in the gallery below. 

Source: Online

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