Peterborough Cathedral window shortlisted in national competition

Peterborough Cathedral window shortlisted in national competition

Peterborough Cathedral window shortlisted in national competition - Credit: Archant

A photo of the Becket Chapel window, with a glimpse of Peterborough Cathedral seen through it, has been shortlisted by a panel of judges as being one of the best views in the East of England.

It’s now down to a public vote as to which photo wins.

The judging panel, made up of experts from the worlds of photography, journalism, architecture, design and tourism, were looking for creativity, imagination and a view that tells a story.

Over 150 entries were received, with only four selected to make each area shortlist.

The image was taken by photographer Matthew Roberts, and the competition is being run on behalf of the Glass and Glazing Federation.


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For both the regional and national voting stages, MyGlazing.com will randomly be selecting one person who has voted to win a prize, including a Go-Pro kit and shopping vouchers.

A spokesperson for the cathedral said: “We would love to be able to say that the Becket Chapel has the best ‘window with a view’ in the East of England, so forget the EU referendum for a moment and please vote for our window.”

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To vote, visit www.myglazing.com/window-with-a-view, selecting the East of England category.

Voting closes on July 29.

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