Get your hands on a copy of 2013 A Legenderry Year

The sailors hornpipe brings alive Derry's long association with the navies of the world last night during the Walled City Tattoo in Ebrington Square, as part of the City of Culture Celebrations. It is the first time that such an event has been held in Northern Ireland and features local and international artists It ios expected that almost 16,000 people will watch the tattoo over for nights. Picture Martin McKeown. Inpresspics.com. 28.08.13
The sailors hornpipe brings alive Derry's long association with the navies of the world last night during the Walled City Tattoo in Ebrington Square, as part of the City of Culture Celebrations. It is the first time that such an event has been held in Northern Ireland and features local and international artists It ios expected that almost 16,000 people will watch the tattoo over for nights. Picture Martin McKeown. Inpresspics.com. 28.08.13

The Journal has five copies of 2013 A Legenderry Year for winners of our competition.

The Guildhall Press publication is a photographic memoir of the city’s year as the UK’s first ever City of Culture.

Enjoying The Saturdays' performance at BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend. (2805PG35)

Enjoying The Saturdays' performance at BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend. (2805PG35)

The full colour publication contains over 1,000 images, showcasing the best the cultural year had to offer from the build-up in 2012 to all the main events of 2013 including Radio One’s Big Weekend, The Return of Colmcille, the Walled City Tattoo, Lumiere, The Turner Prize and hundreds more.

The book’s editor Garbhan Downey says he poured over 5,000 images before making the difficult decision of what to include and what to leave out of the final publication.

“Anyone who opens these pages will be struck by the immense quality of the work of the cameramen and women – the vast majority of them from this city,” he said

“Their legacy to us – in the form of these pictures and memories – will last forever.

“It tells the story of our year – and of our city - in such a vibrant and vital and epic way; and we owe them a great debt of gratitude for that.

“There are so many people who contributed to this book – more than 5,000 images were submitted in all – that it would be impossible to name each and 
everyone of them.”

To enter the competition to win a copy of 2013 A Legenderry Year, simply go to the Journal’s Facebook site https://www.facebook.com/Derry Journal, like our page and post a comment. You can share the competition with friends and the winners will be selected 
at random.

We are also giving one copy away via Twitter. Simply retweet our tweet from this morning using the hashtag #2013Legenderry and the winner will be selected 
at random.

The closing date for entries is Friday July 25. The usual terms and conditions apply.