Three budding photographers will have their work displayed after wowing judges with their talent.

Workington Town Council ran a competition to find the best photograph of Autumn in Workington.

And after receiving plenty of stunning shots to look through, three winners were selected in varying age groups.

The over-18 winner, announced by the Mayor of Workington, Cllr Janet King and Culture Committee Chair, Cllr Carole Armstrong, was Anni Blaikie with her picture of swans.

Then in the 13-17 year age group, it was Jessica Irving’s shot of the shore that stood out while Neve McArdle’s photo of the autumn leaves and stream that claimed the Under-12 prize.

Cllr King said: “We were delighted with all the entries we received, people had really thought about the theme and we had a tough decision choosing the winners.

“Thank you to everyone who entered, but also to Dobies Charitable Trust and Derwent Pencils for their contributions to the prizes.

“Look out for more competitions like this next year.”

Winners received a voucher for a store of their choice, worth between £100-£150 and the younger age categories also received some Derwent Pencils.

Winning photographs can be seen on the town council’s website, social media channels and the digital colour screen under the hub in the town centre.

The council is also working on an exhibition of the winners’ photographic portfolios, which they hope to display in the town centre in early 2021.