'Accessibull' 2015 Calendar launched!
Accessible Derbyshire is proud to launch its first ever Calendar!
The aim of this new, local, registered charity which was launched in March of this year, is to improve the lives of disabled people, their families and carers, living in or visiting Derbyshire and the Peak District.
Supporting the charity in its inaugural year is top, local photographer 'Villager Jim':sometimes referred to as the 'Banksy' of the Peak because, like the famous graffiti artist, Jim's real identity is a mystery!
The photographer, whose work was recently featured on BBC1's Countryfile programme, has produced the 'Accessibull Derbyshire' calendar featuring stunning images of Highland Cattle throughout the seasons in the Peak Park.
The A3 wall calendar is part of a planned range of Villager Jim 'accessibull' products supporting Accessible Derbyshire with a percentage from the sale of each calendar going to the charity.
Accessible Derbyshire Co-Founder Gillian Scotford said:
“Thank you so much to Villager Jim, truly one of the best photographers in the UK, for supporting Accessible Derbyshire and our BIG PUSH 2 year Challenge which aims to make the Peak Park and Derbyshire the most accessible National Park and County in the country.
The Calendars are a great way to raise funds and a fun ways to raise awareness of accessibility. We hope as many people as possible will support us by buying THE cutest, most adorable Calendar ever!”
To buy a calendar, priced at £9.99 and help improve accessibility in Derbyshire and the Peak District just visit www.villagerjimsshop.com.