Bexhill photographer's calendars for a good cause

A Bexhill photographer has created two beautiful '¨calendar designs to sell in '¨aid of Charity for Kids.

Friday, 16th November 2018, 11:13 am
Updated Friday, 16th November 2018, 11:16 am
Jeff Penfold's charity calendars. SUS-180911-115514001

Jeff Penfold has pulled together some of his 
favourite snaps – of his hometown and beyond – to make the two 2019 calendars.

One features photographs from around Bexhill, while the other includes images from further afield.

Jeff said: “This year I am producing two types of calendar: Bexhill 2019, with a collection of my photos from in and around the town, mainly instantly recognisable buildings and scenes but with a bit more interesting angle to some of the shots; and Out & About 2019 – this is 
packed full of photos taken around Sussex and Kent such as Bodiam Castle, Sheffield Park and Lewes.

Jeff Penfold's charity calendars. SUS-180911-115527001

“The calendars are available in two different sizes – A4 and A3, selling for £9.50 and £11.50 respectively.

“I am donating 90 per cent of the monies raised (after production costs are deducted) to the charity.

“I chose Charity for Kids after hearing about the wonderful work that they do and I was assured that every pound donated would go to a particular child for equipment or similar.”

The calendars are available directly from Jeff Penfold via Facebook or from The Co-op store in Western Road, The Toy Shop in Sackville Road or Courteney’s Tea Rooms in the Old Town. All the outlets have very kindly offered to stock the calendars without any commission.

Charity for Kids was founded by local father Paul Harris, and supports less fortunate children in the area. Visit http://charityforkids.co.uk/ for more information.

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