Rural – Jersey Country Life Magazine


The awards presentation was held at the CCA Galleries International, 10 Hill Street on Thursday 7 July. The Rural magazine awards are now in their fourth year.

This year, for the first time there was a photographic section as well as a section for paintings.

Judges for the photography section were Gary Grimshaw, photographic editor of RURAL magazine, Mark Fisher of Fotosound and Alasdair Crosby, RURAL magazine’s editor. The prizes were sponsored 1st and 3rd prize: Insurance Emporium (£500 + £150).  2nd prize: voucher for £300 worth of photographic services, by Fotosound.

The winners were:

First place: Morning Pickers, by Max Burnett

Second place: Lone Tree in the Mists of Time, by Shannon Le Seeleur
Third place: Fauvic Reflections, by Corrie Train

Judges for the painting section were David Benest, managing partner of BCR Law, Donna Le Marrec, marketing manager of National Trust for Jersey, and Alasdair Crosby. The prizes were sponsored 1st and 3rd prize: BCR LAW (£500 + £150); 2nd prize, National Trust for Jersey (a weekend at Le Catel Fort).

The winners were:


First place: Corbière from afar, by John Carnegie
Second prize: Le Don Paton, by Susan Harris
Third prize: Coasts, by Miranda Bonn



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