STUNNING images of Cheshire captured by amateur photographers during lockdown are being featured in St Luke’s 2021.

The hospice received more than 130 pictures of landscapes and animals for its photography competition.

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Alison Hamlin-Hughes captured this sunset over Dark Lane, Marston in Northwich

The public is now being asked to vote for their favourites. The top 12 images will take pride of place in the calendar and also be displayed in a gallery at the hospice for patients and staff to enjoy.

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John Doherty took this winter landscape at Barbridge canal walk

Events manager Jane Thompson, who organised the competition, said: “We’re delighted with the submissions we’ve received for our competition. "Our supporters went above and beyond submitting such a wide variety of photographs from across our local area.

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"I’m really excited to see what the top 12 photos will be. Everyone at St Luke’s is very grateful to every person who entered a photo, they have all been wonderful to look at.”

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Mark Thomas captured this bridge reflection at Hartford in Northwich

The calendar will be sold to raise funds for the hospice.

The photographer who receives the most votes will receive a £50 cash prize.

To vote for your favourite photograph visit facebook/com/stluke'scheshirehospice. Voting closes at midnight on Sunday, September 13.