We invite you to take part in the #IgersCambridge_Bridges Photo Challenge, which we organize together with @CambridgePurple. For the authors of the best photos, we have prepared prizes.
How to participate in the #IgersCambridge_Bridges Photo Challenge?
The theme is the Cambridge bridges. Just publish the photo on Instagram showing the bridge or bridges in Cambridge. The Photo Challenge will begin on April 27, 2019, and will end on May 5, 2019, at 22:00 local time
In order for your photo to be taken in Photo Challenge, it is necessary to:
1. In the description of the published photo on Instagram, add #IgersCambridge_Bridges @igerscambridge_uk @cambridgepurple
2. Follow @igerscambridge_uk @cambridgepurple on Instagram
3. The picture can be taken earlier, but must be published between April 27, 2019 – May 5, 2019, at 22:00 local time
Jaro @jaroslaw_marciuk from IgersCambridge together with Erin from @CambridgePurple will choose the best three photos. Erin Frantz prepared for the winning authors three prizes. The prizes are beautiful postcards – Cambridge UK Postcard Set  a collection of Cambridge’s most recognizable icons, designed with love in Cambridge, UK
By participating in #IgersCambridge_Bridges Photo Challenge you agree to Terms and Conditions – T & C document here
We look forward to seeing your photos and good luck!
Erin and Jaro
Erin Frantz is a founder of @CambridgePurple and she is so excited to share her Cambridge-inspired designs with us! CambridgePurple offers Modern & Classic Designs – Stationery, Prints, & More! She found her inspiration from all things colourful and lovely. Living in Cambridge, England provides her with endless ideas, whether it’s bicycles, flowers, birds, or tea! She has always had an interest in art and design. After studying film for 5 years, she has moved onto pursuing a PhD in film studies in Cambridge, England. Designing stationery and art has given her the creative outlet that I need, and she is excited to share her designs with us!
Do you know names of all bridges in Cambridge? From 24 bridges of Cambridge, read about 11 bridges in the city centre. You will find in a blog post the list of Cambridge bridges from Robinson Crusoe Bridge to Jesus Lock footbridge.