January winners of the Exmoor4all PhotoCompetition

Here are the top ten photos chosen by our followers on Facebook from all images submitted to our photo competition in January! These photos will go through to our final selection which will be presented to our panel of judges who will choose our 13 images for the 2021 Exmoor4all calendar.

Don’t forget that the March competition is open! You can upload up to three photos via our website – Good luck 🙂

And the photos keep coming….

Over the past few days, lots more photos were submitted to the January part of our 2020 Exmoor4all Photo Competition.  They all have one thing is common: the photos show the beauty of Exmoor and the diversity of the UK’s smallest national park. And that Exmoor is beautiful at any time of the year, and whatever the weather!

At the beginning of February, all January entries will be collated in one album on our Facebook page and also here on the website. We will then invite the public to choose their top 10 photos – photos which have captured best the essence of Exmoor.  These 10 images will go through to the semi-final:  In July, the 60 semi-finalists will be presented to a panel of judges who will pick the 13 images to go onto the 2021 Exmoor4all Calendar.


Exmoor4all 2017 Calendar: January

Photo by Annette Baker

Photo by Annette Baker

I think the photo was taken near Winsford Hill. We were on our way back from Lynton & Lynmouth after we had snow. We love that area so much that we spend a lot of time there & always make our way back to Dulverton then on to Bampton/Stoodleigh.

We have a real love of the ponies, deer & of course the scenery.

Annette Baker

And this is what the January page of the Exmoor4all 2017 Calendar looks like:january

We only have a limited number of calendars this year. Make sure you don’t miss out – when they’re gone, they’re gone.


Winners of the Exmoor4all Photo Competition

Congratulations to the winners of our 2015 Photo Competition!

We had well over 1000 entries between January and August 2015. Each month, the public chose their favourite images on Facebook, and the top ten made it through to the final.  In September, we asked our judges to pick their top 20 photos. Once again, we counted ‘likes’. The top 13 photos are now on our calendar which is ready to be ordered.

A huge thank you to Peter French who masterminded the photo competition and designed the calendar. He will also send out the calendars once we’ve got them  back from the printers.

I would also like to thank our judges:  John Turner (CEO, Visit Somerset), Giles Adams (What’s On Somerset), Cllr Andrea Davies (Chairman, Exmoor National Park), Nigel Hester (NT Holnicote Estate), Martin Hesp (Editor-at-large, Western Morning News), Annelise Yard (West Somerset Free Press), Andy Cooper (Group Editor, Archant, Devon Life), Charlotte Skidmore (Editor, Somerset Life).

The 2016 Exmoor4all Photo Calendar is now ready to order!

The 2016 Exmoor4all Photo Calendar is ready to order:



The calendar will be sent out at the beginning of November 2015 at the very latest.

If you want to send the calendar abroad, please contact us.

You will also be able to buy calendars from the Exmoor Producers’ shop in Minehead (Friday Street) and Lynton TIC from November.

We are very grateful to our sponsors:

Lee House Lynton

The Yarn Market Hotel, Dunster

The Swan, Bampton

Barle Valley Safaris

Churchgate Gallery, Porlock

Courtyard Framing, Minehead

Tongdam, Thai Restaurant, Dulverton

Nutcombe Chocolates

Rosanda House, Minehead

Liscombe Farm Ice Cream Parlour

Exmoor Producer Association Shop, Minehead

CultureLine Events & Publicity Ltd


97 Entries in the Exmoor4all photo competition in March

Each month we ask our fans to post three photos in our Facebook group. At the end of the months, all photos are uploaded to an album on our Facebook page where everybody can  like their favourite images. The ten images with the most likes at the end of the month go through to the final, with a chance of featuring on our Exmoor4all 2016 calendar.