jamiegaquinn 8:07pm, 10 October 2015
The 2016 iPlymouth Charity Calendar is now available to buy.
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£6 each, with every single penny going to charity, they are available at the iPlymouth monthly breakfasts and in London Camera Exchange in Plymouth (Frankfort Gate).

If neither of these options suit, feel free to email me with your address and how many you want. I may be able to drop some round if you are local, or I can post them. I will reply to your email with the options of how to get them to you and how to pay for them (bank transfer, cheque, cash on delivery etc).

Many thanks to all the iPlymouth members who contributed images.

Many thanks to our sponsors Wolferstans who have paid for the production of 750 calendars, Redrok, who have printed them splendidly, and provided 250 free of charge, and Martin Luck for providing us with Envelopes free of charge.

The charity is the South West Mesothelioma Support Group - helping support families affected by asbestos cancer, and supporting research into finding a cure.

The calendars are A4, and when open and hanging on the wall are A3. They come with a hard-backed envelope, so are perfect as a Christmas gift. I can post worldwide in the aforementioned envelope but postage costs will have to be covered. 1 or 2 can be sent for £1.68 and 3 can be sent for £2.42. Any more than that can be worked out in multiples of these prices. Full calendar preview below.

January, The Folly, Andy Campfield
February, Dartmoor Quarry, PNF (Paul Farina)
March, Chris Hopkins, Royal William Yard
April, Botallack Mines, Andrew Turner
May, Gillydd, Godrevy
June, Going home, Newquay, Theresa
July, East Portlemouth, Me
August, Plymouth Hoe Sunrise, Richie
September, Janice20, Tamar Bridges
October, Eric McDonald, Wembury Milky Way
November, TwoGiantScoops, Morning Light, DenhamBridge
December, Mark Tremain, Winter Tor
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There are also two charity pages, explaining about the dangers of asbestos, and featuring members of the South West mesothelioma Support Group:
n2kmp (Kim) 3 years ago
Its another awesome calendar Jamie. Really well put together. I've got my quota to take to Florida with me, one gone to Lanzarote and another to Australia
jamiegaquinn 3 years ago
Thanks Kim. Good work. I love the fact they get sent round the world. Mei's sending a batch to Indonesia, my ma will be distributing 8 around N.Ireland, I've got a couple going to Australia too and New Zealand..... I best get the one to Guatemala in the post too if I want it to arrive by Christmas!
Colin Grace 3 years ago
It looks absolutely stunning.
Fluffy*69 3 years ago
Very well done to Jamie and thanks again to everyone who kindly donated their stunning photos. It really is a super calendar. Sold one yesterday simply due to Janice's beautiful cover image!
misty_2011 3 years ago
Great job Jamie, thanks for all your time & hard work in putting it together. It looks really good, hopefully I'll get to see one at the next breakfast.
snowyturner PRO 3 years ago
Excellent work, looks really good. Thanks for all your efforts.
Wayne Elsworth 3 years ago
Good stuff, will have to buy one for my daughter next time I'm in town. Lilly is technically her dog.
jamiegaquinn Posted 3 years ago. Edited by jamiegaquinn (admin) 3 years ago
Thanks guys. The digital version of the story in the Herald can be read here:

There is also a gallery (for what it is worth) but it does include the smaller shots too which is nice:
Apologies for some of the laughable typos on the gallery here - they have tried to credit everyone, but made a few mistakes like "Ken Good, child tulips" rather than "Ken Goodchild, Tulips" There is one mistake made by me in my haste to label the files (sorry Chris Marshall). Jamie.
jamiegaquinn 3 years ago
Thanks again for everyone involved in this year's calendar - we're pretty much sold out (I have 2 or 3 spare if anyone needs to buy one). Totals to the charity will be announced when it is all totted up, but it should be around the 6k mark. Jamie.
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