Newbury Calendar 2024. Now in it’s 6th year.
Lovely quaint Newbury, such a great charactistic Town in Berkshire. There are 12 beautiful colour images of Newbury, captured to enhance your wall and bring a bit of outdoors indoors.
I was pleased to get Newbury on the map of local calendars throughout the U.K highlighting the Town's vibrancy and characteristics.
The Calendars are A4 in size (A3 when open) printed on high quality 250 gsm card, come in a sealed cellophane bag and are printed on a Xerox digital press, both bag and calendar are fully recyclable and are made from sustainable woodlands.
See the Newbury Calendar and also TDP Photography Facebook Pages. These make great gifts for local people of Newbury, or people who have moved from the area.
This is part of a national uk scheme to get Local Photographers of all Towns Villages and Cities to showcase where they live created by the U.K. company My Local Calendar.
I also have my Home Town of Reading and a Moods of Trees calendar featuring trees from around Reading and also the University of Reading. We are so lucky to have this beautiful area on our doorstep.
Each calendar sale donates 50p to a local cause as listed below.
Newbury Calendar donates to Home Start West Berkshire. A cause that helps local families to a better new start in the West Berkshire area
Reading Calendar donates to Home-Start Reading. A cause that helps local families to a better new start in the Reading area.
Moods of Trees Calendar donates to Ethical Reading’s Trees for Reading initiative who plant new trees in the Reading area.
Newbury Calendar 2024:
January. The River Kennet, Newbury
February. St Nicholas Church. West Mills, Newbury
March. The Clock Tower. From Oxford Street, Newbury
April. Donnington Castle. Donnington, Newbury
May. Northbrook Street, Newbury
June. Market Place, Newbury
July. A View of Newbury. Over the River Kennet, Newbury
August. Victoria Park, Newbury
September. Market Day in Market Place. Newbury
October. St Mary’s Church. Shaw-Cum-Donnington, Newbury
November. The Corn Exchange. Market Place, Newbury
December. The Festival of Lights. Newbury
Tina Panting is a talented Photographer from Reading who sees the potential for a picture in most things. Wherever she goes Tina has a camera and has an eye for detail with capturing everyday things that often go unnoticed. The Calendars are now in their sixth year and each sale donates 50 pence to one of three local charities, Ethical Reading’s Trees for Reading, Home-start Reading and Home-Start West Berkshire. This collection of images has been selected to showcase the photography of her local areas in a Calendar. Tina would like to thank the Calendar Company for their production, Neil Palmer Photography for her image and all her lovely customers. Tina also sells greetings cards featuring her local areas and has ventured into making up-cycled necklaces and sun-catchers, which started as a Lockdown project. Facebook: TDP Photography Website: www.tdpphotography.co.uk
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