A WILDLIFE photography exhibition has gone on display in Swadlincote town centre.
Shoppers walking through The Delph will be able to see more than 100 images by top wildlife photographers who have had their work displayed in the 2020 Vision exhibition.
The display features shots taken in 20 different English locations including, The National Forest.
Bob Wheeler, leader of South Derbyshire District Council, said: “It is a real coup for South Derbyshire to be staging this exciting and inspirational exhibition.
“South Derbyshire is an essential part of The National Forest story of regeneration.
“As the only location in the country to host the whole 2020Vision experience, we are keen to let people know that the exhibition will be coming to us.
“We hope no one misses out on what is a wonderful opportunity to view this showcase of breathtaking British wildlife at its picturesque best.”
Sophie Churchill, chief executive of The National Forest, said: “2020 Vision approached us at the start of this marvelous project, having identified The National Forest as a rare example of a successful regeneration project led by the environment.
The exhibition will remain on show until Sunday April 7 when it will be transferred to Calke Abbey, in Ticknall, from Wednesday April 10 until Monday April 29.