Phil Sproson Photography is working with the foundation and donating 70p from each full priced Peak District Calendar sold
The Peak District Calendar is a tribute to the places that inspire me, and with each calendar sold, I will make a donation to the Peak District National Park Foundation to ensure that these outstanding landscapes that we are so lucky to share with nature are available for future generations to enjoy. Phil Sproson.
- Peak District Landscapes by Photographer Phil Sproson
- Beautiful colours and practical calendar, lots of room for notes
- 250 GSM paper
- A4 wire bound, opening to A3
- Lots of room for making notes
- Woodland Carbon Trust – carbon captured papers used
What is the Peak District National Park Foundation?
The Peak District National Park Foundation is a charitable incorporated organisation (CIO) charity number 118 2136. Registered in February 2019.
The Foundation has been established to grow support and raise funds to care for the Peak District National Park for everyone for ever.
The Peak District National Park Foundation will give funds to projects which conserve and enhance the Peak District’s internationally important landscapes, wildlife and cultural heritage, and projects which make the National Park more accessible and enable more marginalised groups to enjoy our National Park.
- Accessible routes
- Cultural heritage
- Removing barriers for under-represented groups
The Peak District National Park should be protected for everyone, forever. Our right to enjoy the National Park was hard won by ordinary folk. In that spirit, let’s fight to make it ever more accessible, for everyone to enjoy.
But it is also unique and very fragile; we must always – always – strive to keep it special.
This is what we believe – and why the Foundation exists. With your support, we can start to make good things happen.
Buying the Peak District Calendar 2020 you will be helping to ensure the of the Peak District National Park.