Voting Ends 4/17/2021 at 11:59:59 PM Pacific Time

Light Up 2021!

Share this heritage site with the world by winning a spot  in our 2022 Calendar. All you have to do is enter and invite your friends and family to donate in support of your amazing photograph. The thirteen (13) most dynamic photographs (12 months and one cover) with the most votes on April 17th, 2021 at 11:59:59 pm PST will win a spot in the 2022 Sheringham Point Lighthouse Preservation Society Calendar.


How to Enter
Starting February 15th, 2021, photos taken in BC within the last two years of the contest start (2019-up to April 17, 2021) can be entered into the contest. The contest closes on April 17, 2021, and winners will be announced May 15, 2021.

An entry fee of $5 is charged for each photograph and there is no maximum number of entries. There is also a donate-to-vote option for a People's Choice Award.

The 13 photos with the most votes will be featured on an exclusive calendar. The photos will be used for a printed and digitally produced calendar.  Photos can be shot in your backyard, coastal & landscape images, can be a likeness of the site or tower, a new or older photo of the tower, lantern room or all the site buildings, include your pets, - any creative way to highlight the beauty, majesty and iconic history of the Sheringham Point Heritage Site. Read the rules →


Donations made in support of a photo are valued at one vote for every $1.00 donated. There is no limit to how many times you can vote for an entry.

All proceeds will support the restoration and preservation of the National Heritage Sheringham Point Lighthouse.

Contributions of $20 or more are tax-receiptable. Payment is made on a secure web page using a major credit card.

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About Us
The SHERINGHAM POINT LIGHTHOUSE PRESERVATION SOCIETY is incorporated under the Society Act of British Columbia, and is a registered charity. The Society is dedicated to preserving and protecting the Sheringham Point Lighthouse and other significant foreshore properties in British Columbia as well as the indigenous ORCA population in the Salish Sea. The Society's mission is to  document and recognize the historic importance of the lighthouse and to ensure that the lighthouse and its historic access remain accessible and in public hands. The Society preserves, protects and maintains the National Lighthouse Heritage Site which is visited by thousands each year.

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Leaderboard

1st
Standing Strong and Proud - Reaching for the Sky
155 Votes
2nd
Down the path
140 Votes
3rd
Sunrise over the Salish Sea
116 Votes
4th
At the end of the Day
45 Votes
5th
Red and white against the sky
35 Votes
6th
Fisgard Lighthouse
15 Votes
7th
Black Oystercatcher at Esquimalt Lagoon
15 Votes
8th
Sheringham from the Salish Sea
10 Votes
9th
Through the Trees
10 Votes
10th
Trolling paradise:)
10 Votes
11th
Solitude at Sheringham
10 Votes
12th
Captain cook lookout
10 Votes
13th
Blue Sunset
10 Votes
14th
Masterpiece
10 Votes

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Goal $10,000

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