An exceptional pool of prizes is available for the entries which appeal to the judges most as 'Postcards of The Trafalgar Way'. In all, there are 35 prizes available, total value estimated around £10,000, to be won.

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Image is ©Paul Clarke, however artists may use this image to assist them in designing their entry, if wished.

Art (age 7 to 11)


1st Prize
- £250, up to three tickets to a special awards ceremony in London including travel and accommodation and a Treasure Trails voucher worth £9.99
2nd Prize - £25, plus a jigsaw, mug and tea-towel bearing your design from Francis Frith, and a Treasure Trails voucher worth £9.99
3rd Prize - £10, a tea-towel bearing your design from Francis Frith, and a Treasure Trails voucher worth £9.99


Schools Prize (age 7 to 11)


One lucky school will be selected over all from the best schools' submissions. They will win the following:

  • £250 and a Treasure Trails voucher worth £9.99 for the winning child (unless they are already an individual category winner or runner-up nominating a school).
  • Wooden World day workshop for the winning class.
  • A framed copy of the winning entry, a Trafalgar Way certificate and a framed storymap poster depicting The Trafalgar Way Story in colour
  • A complete Key Stage 2 Geography maps pack from Francis Frith (normally £99).

The runner-up school will be awarded:

  • £25 and a Treasure Trails voucher worth £9.99 for the winning child (unless they are already an individual category winner or runner-up nominating a school).
  • A framed copy of the winning entry, a Trafalgar Way certificate and a framed storymap poster depicting The Trafalgar Way Story in colour
  • A complete Key Stage 2 Geography maps pack from Francis Frith (normally £99).
 

Art and Photography catgories (age 12 to 16)


1st Prize
- 2 x £500, up to three tickets to a special awards ceremony in London including travel and accommodation and a Treasure Trails voucher worth £9.99
2nd Prize - 2 x £25, plus a jigsaw, mug and tea-towel bearing your design from Francis Frith, and a Treasure Trails voucher worth £9.99
3rd Prize - 2 x £10, a tea-towel bearing your design from Francis Frith, and a Treasure Trails voucher worth £9.99


Art and Photography catgories (age 17 and above)


1st Prize
- 2 x £1000, two tickets to a special awards ceremony in London including travel and accommodation and a Treasure Trails voucher worth £9.99
2nd Prize - 2 x £25, plus a jigsaw, mug and tea-towel bearing your design from Francis Frith, and a Treasure Trails voucher worth £9.99
3rd Prize - 2 x £10, a tea-towel bearing your design from Francis Frith, and a Treasure Trails voucher worth £9.99


The Peter Warwick Memorial Trophy


Peter Warwick, who died in March 2019, was Chairman of The 1805 Club for 14 years. He is sadly missed. You can read more about his life and achievements in this article.

This prize will be awarded to a single entrant in any age category who is a current or past serving member of the Royal Navy or Royal Marines, including the Fleet Air Arm and Royal Fleet Auxiliary, Royal Naval or Royal Marine Reserve, a member of a Royal Naval Association, or a Sea Cadet, Marine Cadet or Sea Scout. The awardee will not have won a prize for the same piece of work in another category but may have been recognised for a different entry.

Prizes:

  • A trophy
  • £1000
  • Up to three tickets (for a child winner, or two tickets if an adult winner) to a special awards ceremony in London including travel and accommodation


The John Richards Lapenotiere Trophy


This prize will be awarded to a single entrant resident in one of the 8 counties of The Trafalgar Way who, in the judges' opinion, most aptly captures the essence of The Trafalgar Way in a postcard image.

Prizes:

  • A trophy
  • £500 (the same reward Lt Lapenotiere received for delivering the dispatches safely)
  • Up to three tickets (for a child winner, or two tickets if an adult winner) to a special awards ceremony in London including travel and accommodation


Regional prizes


In addition to the above, we are delighted to announce that Francis Frith Ltd have kindly sponsored a further category of winning entries to recognise the 16 best 'Postcards of the Trafalgar Way' submitted
a) by a resident of each of the eight counties of The Trafalgar Way, or
b) clearly depicting a location along the Trafalgar Way, one for each county.

Each regional winner will be awarded with a mug and tea-towel bearing their winning entry design.

There will furthermore be recognition for HIGHLY COMMENDED entries as identified by our judges.


All winning and highly commended entries will be considered for display at future 1805 Club events. They will also form part of a proposed touring exhibition of Postcards from The Trafalgar Way to take place from Cornwall to London during 2021/22. 

For full terms and conditions, please see here.