The Infinity Bridge in Stockton captured by Simon McCabe - now on display in the Infinity Meeting Room.
17 talented photographers have been chosen to display their breathtaking photographs in the flagship hub for Cleveland Police following a competition held by Police and Crime Commissioner Barry Coppinger.
Over 150 images of Cleveland were submitted, based on the general theme of the area being a great place to live, work and visit.
The chosen competition winners now have their photographs displayed throughout the Community Safety Hub to showcase the fascinating history and breathtaking beauty of the Cleveland area.
Speaking of the winners Barry Coppinger said: “The competition was an excellent way to get members of the public involved in the finishing touches of the Community Safety Hub.
“It’s very important that we display how talented the people in our communities are and why Cleveland is an amazing place to live and work.
“I am delighted with the result of the competition and can’t wait to meet the photographers and to show them their photographs displayed in the Hub.”
The inspirational photos include images of Hartlepool Marina, the Infinity Bridge and Saltburn Pier.
The winning photographers are: Chris Perks, Rhiannon Foster, Tom Collins, Michael Merriot, Kathryn Waites, Sue Pitts, Alan Atkinson, Stuart Knox, Lee Summerson, Chris Combes, Simon McCabe, Mark Flounders and members of South Tees Youth Offending Service.
The winners took their photographs on professional cameras or mobile phones and the images have now been blown up to wall canvas size so they can be displayed appropriately for everyone to see.
Each photographer will be invited to the Community Safety Hub to see their photos professionally displayed.
Posted on Friday 7th September 2018