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This is your winner of Love Your Place

This is your winner of Love Your Place

5 Malgorzata Sikora - Northala Fields lakes, mounds and play area

This picture of the lakes, mounds and play area at Northala Fields was voted as the winner of our first Love Your Place photography competition. It was taken by Malgorzata Sikora and received 32% of votes.

You chose the winner and the runners-up by voting for your favourite picture in our online poll at our @EalingLondon Facebook page, all of which were sent in by readers of Around Ealing magazine and EalingNewsExtra.co.uk

1 Ash Hazari - niece and nephew walking through Ealing - Dickens Yard
Ash Hazari – niece and nephew walking through Ealing – Dickens Yard

Second place with 26% of votes was Ash Hazari with a photo of their niece and nephew walking through Ealing – framed by blossom-filled trees in Dickens Yard.

And in third place with 19% of votes was Nigel Tooth and his picture of local beekeeper Mel lovingly relocating a swarm of 25,000 honeybees that had landed in the back garden.

Each image captures a moment that made the entrants love where they live.

That was the aim of the competition. A panel selected a longlist of entries, and then a shortlist – which was published in a gallery on this website and @EalingLondon and then voted on.

6 Nigel Tooth - beekeeper Mel lovingly relocating a swarm of 25,000 honeybees that landed in the back garden
Nigel Tooth – beekeeper Mel lovingly relocating a swarm of 25,000 honeybees that landed in the back garden

We teamed up with Tonkotsu Ealing for Love Your Place and
Malgorzata’s winning entry has won her lunch or dinner for two people at the Japanese restaurant in Ealing Broadway, to the value of £50.

There were also prizes for the runner-up and for the third placed entry, of rewards vouchers giving the bearers a free ramen of their choice.

You can still view all seven shortlisted entries at ealingnewsextra.co.uk/gallery

Exciting chance to win again

Love Your Place: Summer will open on 10 June and will be themed around photos of events in the borough over the summer months.

It could be one of you, family or friends enjoying one of the Ealing Summer Festivals, local fairs or even a garden party. Capturing a moment of fun; or something unusual; or just a great picture of the events.

Keep an eye on EalingNewsExtra for more details in the coming weeks.