Friday, 20 April 2012

The Minnis announces photo competition

Beach babes, glamorous grans, watersports, 6-packs sandcastles and sunsets . . . The Minnis Bar and Restaurant, which over looks Minnis bay in n Birchington, Kent is to run a photographic competition that will run from April throughout the summer. The competition is open to anyone who visits the Bay. Leading entries will be displayed on The Minnis website and monthly winners will receive a free meal for two. An over all winner, to be announced in October will receive a meal for four. “The competition to capture the Minnis Bay open to everyone, professional and amateur photographers alike,” explains The Minnis chef-patron Jason Freedman, “There are no categories and the Bay offers numerous photographic opportunities – wind surfers, beach babes, rows of beach huts, hunks with six-packs, glamorous grans, gorgeous grandpas, sunsets, family scenes, children with ice creams and sandcastles.” Artist JMW Turner, who now has the new Turner Contemporary in nearby Margate dedicated to him described the north facing skies over Thanet with "dawn clouds to the east and glorious sunsets to the west” as “the loveliest skies in Europe”. The beachfront Minnis Bar & Restaurant overlooks the golden sands of Minnis Bay in Birchington, with coastal views towards the ruins of the Roman fort at Reculver. The competition is open now and will run until 30th September. The Minnis, which has long been popular with families, has a take-away service for those who wish to have their lunch on the beach and operates a kiosk selling beach toys, inflatables and boats, snacks, seafood and an ice creams in the summer months. The competition is open now and will run until 30th September. It is free to enter and no purchase is necessary. Entrants simply email their photos to:

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