Published Wednesday 5 December 2018 at 9:56
The UK Faculty of Public Health launched a photo competition during summer asking the wider public health community and photographers to bring to life what ‘public health looks like’.
The competition aims to help to demonstrate the positive impact public health has, and communicate some of the biggest public health challenges we still need to overcome.
The FPH has now shortlisted 29 of these for public vote.
Two of the finalised competition entries are from Blackburn with Darwen. Ex-Councillor Mustafa Desai submitted his photo titled ‘A family day out’. The image features a family having fun on a beach, promoting physical and spiritual wellbeing. His daughter, Sophia, also entered the competition with a piece titled ‘Five a day’, inspiring others to eat more fruit and vegetables to improve their health.
Anyone can vote. If you want to help the Blackburn with Darwen candidates you can place your vote here.