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The Shipwrecked Mariners’ Society is calling on the public and seafaring community to submit their personal memories, stories and historical recollections, either through images, poems or prose, that best represent what the maritime and seafaring community means to them.
Entitled Shipwrecked One Eighty, the Society will create a ‘catalogue’ of 180 submissions to mark its anniversary, celebrating the history of the UK’s maritime community since the charity was formed in 1839.
Entrants can submit their personal contributions, whether a memory, image, story, poem or place by visiting the Society’s website or by using the hashtag #Shipwrecked180 on social media. Judges will decide which entries best encapsulate and celebrate the nation’s maritime community and heritage and will announce a winner for each of four categories: people, places, poems and prose on Wednesday 12 June.
Please use the submission form below to contribute your entries.