Send us your stunning shots of Raywell and East Yorkshire...and win a canvas
With summer around the corner there's a great opportunity to capture the stunning scenery around Raywell and East Yorkshire...and we're again encouraging our visitors to send us their best pictures.
Whether its a shot which captures the peace and tranquility of a visit to Raywell, some of the wonderful wildlife here at our park, or stunning shots from out and about across East Yorkshire, we want to see the best images our guests take during their stay.
We choose regular winners who post to our Facebook and Twitter accounts and turn their pictures into a stunning canvas as a lasting memory of their visit here.
Recent winners were Debbie Lucking, who captured the iconic Humber Bridge on camera, while Anneka Harden knew there was a great photo opportunity when the sun set at Raywell Hall Country Lodge Park.
Debbie, of Whaplode, Lincolnshire, took the picture during her sixth visit to Raywell and she is planning another week-long stay for Christmas with her husband, Bruce, and son Rick. She said: “The canvas is lovely and we are really pleased with it. It’s at the top of the stairs and everyone who sees it thinks it looks really impressive.”
Anneka, a photographer from Nuneaton in Warwickshire, shot the image of the sunset while visiting with her husband, Graham, and children Aniyah and Ethan. She said: “The canvas is lovely and we are going to put it up in the hall. We loved our stay at Raywell, especially the hot tub, and we woke up to different wildlife in the fields every day. We’re planning to come back again.”
If you’d like to be in with a chance of winning your beautiful picture on canvas, don’t forget to post it on our Facebook or Twitter pages!