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Vote for the UK’s best Window with a View!

Wednesday, 31st July 2019

We’re now in the fourth year of our search for the UK’s best Window with a View and can officially reveal that public voting is now open. The competition invited anyone living in, visiting or working at any public attraction or building in the UK to embrace their inner photographer and take a picture that perfectly captures a particularly impressive window and view.

2019’s competition received hundreds of entries, ranging from some of the UK’s most famous landmarks and skylines, right through to beautiful rural and urban images submitted out of the general public’s homes.

This month, our expert judges from the construction, property, photography, media and marketing professions sifted through some brilliant entries, whittling them down to the best one from each region. We would like to extend a special thanks to our judges who did a brilliant job in helping us select the shortlisted entries:

We’re delighted to announce our regional winners which highlight some of the best architecture and landscapes in the UK. They also remind us that we don’t need to venture far from our front doors to soak up some beautiful scenery. Here are the regional winners:

  • BT Tower – London
  • Cambridge University – East of England
  • Black and White House Museum – Midlands
  • Lookout Tower at Lindisfarne Priory – North East
  • Dubs Hut in the Lake District – North West
  • Titanic Hotel Belfast – Northern Ireland
  • Caol Ila Distillery, Island of Islay – Scotland
  • Arundel Cathedral – South East
  • St Michaels Mount, Cornwall – South West
  • Wharram Percy – Yorkshire
  • Dolbadarn Castle – Wales

This year an online vote will count for one-third of the final score, with a social media vote and judges’ scores making up the other two thirds. Head to our online voting page here to vote for your favourites or visit our social channels @myglazing and cast your vote there.

Voting closes on the 30th August, and the national winner will be announced in September.