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12 November 2019

Pest photo of the year #BestPestPic2020

Competition | PPC97 November 2019

BPCA is looking for the best pest photograph of the year and is offering a £500 prize for anyone who captures the perfect image of public health pest control.

The competition is officially open now.

pest photo of the year bpca

Take part now!

  • Tweet your image to @britpestcontrol or tag us on Facebook @britishpestcontrol with the hashtag #BestPestPic2020
  • Entries will be shortlisted before final judgment
  • The top 10 will be put on display at PPC Live 2020
  • The winning picture will get a £500 cash prize
  • Closing time: 3.45pm on 21 February 2020.

The photograph can be of any public health pest or a pest management professional in action, helping to protect people from infestations.

Ian Andrew, BPCA Chief Exec said: “Pest professionals do an amazing job protecting people from disease and distress.

"We wanted to highlight the important work the pest sector does to protect the nation. Our ‘Best Pest Pic’ photo of the year competition will help celebrate and draw attention to our work.”

The shortlist and winners

The entries will be shortlisted and the top 10 best pest photographs of the year will be on display around the PPC Live 2020 exhibition hall, which takes place on Wednesday, 11 March 2020 at the Yorkshire Event Centre.

The winning photograph will be picked by a panel of leading experts and members of the BPCA team.

The winner will collect the £500 cash prize.

The closing date for the competition is 3.45pm, 21 February 2020.

Read the terms and conditions.

Source: PPC97

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