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In celebration of our #HarvestHeroes, we want to share your harvest photos on our Twitter and Instagram @SyngentaCropsUK to recognise and celebrate the hard work that you’re putting in.

Submit a photo of the view from your combine, how your field looks after a hard day’s work, the surrounding landscape around your farm; anything that symbolises harvest to you for a chance to win a treat filled hamper. Photos must comply with the following Photography Guidelines.

Photography Guidelines: Photos must be images that you have taken yourself of a harvest scene in the UK during the competition period (18th August - 28th September 2021). Photos must not include images of any identifiable individual(s). You must own the copyright in the photos. [The maximum file size is 5 MB]

Examples of #Harvesthero Photographs

Whether you’re driving the combine harvester, carting the grain or bringing sandwiches and a much-needed drink to the field; we want to celebrate you, our #HarvestHeroes. Take a moment from your busy days to enjoy the stunning sunsets and dazzling dawn and to celebrate yourself and the ones helping you out - whether that be your pets, wife, husband, kids or colleagues. Why not snap a picture of the amazing work you and your harvest team are doing and use #HarvestHeroes21 so that we can all celebrate together.

The Farming Community Network (FCN) is a voluntary organisation and charity that supports farmers and families within the farming community through difficult times.

FCN has over 400 volunteers, located throughout England and Wales, many of whom are involved in farming, or have close links with agriculture and therefore have a great understanding of the issues farm workers and farming families regularly face. FCN volunteers provide free, confidential, pastoral and practical support to anyone who seeks help, regardless of whether the issue is personal or business-related.

In addition to local groups of volunteers, FCN runs a confidential national helpline (03000 111 999) and e-helpline ([email protected]) which is open every day of the year from 7am-11pm.

Each year FCN helps approximately 6,000 people with a wide variety of issues including financial difficulties, animal disease, mental health and family disputes.