24 Hours in Bristol is a unique photographic competition to capture the essence of life in the city of Bristol over one 24 hour period.
First held in 2013, the '24 Hours in Bristol' events have been an enormous success, with hundreds of photographers from the West Country, UK and Europe taking over 10,000 photographs of Bristol during the single competition day.
This year's competition will take place on 16-17 April 2016.
Simon Heald, VWV Managing Partner, commented:
"We recently commissioned a display of several of the entries from 2013 and 2014 when we opened our new Bristol office at Narrow Quay in November 2015. The photographs continue to get admired and discussed by clients, staff and visitors.
The opportunity of sponsoring in 2016 not only supports a local charity, encourages staff engagement with the community, but also showcases our historic city. As VWV was founded in Bristol, we are proud to support."
The 72 winning photographs will be displayed at the Harbourside Arts Centre, off Millennium Square, from Saturday 20 May.
VWV will also be hosting a private preview exhibition at Narrow Quay House.