Press Release from the Friends of St Edmund’s Church, Sedgefield
Appeal to find eye-catching pictures for a highly-rated, Sedgefield area calendar
The New Year may be a long way off but local photographers are already being urged to take pictures of life in and around Sedgefield for possible use in the 2022 calendar planned by the Friends of St Edmund’s Church.
Membership secretary Brian Mutch said this week: “We know that some people have already taken photographs to capture life during the lockdown and that others are eager to get out and about once more to show how life is returning to normal.
"Because of the recent constraints, we have not chosen a theme for 2022 so that photographers have much greater scope to demonstrate their ability to spot and produce an eye-catching picture for a highly-rated calendar. Drone photographs are welcome from those holding current CAA approval.”
Closing date for entries is mid-October.
Copyright-free entries can be in colour or monochrome and suitable for use in the now traditional, slimline, month-by-month, hang-anywhere calendar which has proved extremely popular with people over a wide area since it was first launched four years ago.
The calendars are often used as Christmas presents and are sent to several parts of the world.
Entries can be forwarded to Brian via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or as hard copies to 6 Hasledon Grove, Sedgefield, TS21 2JW. He would be happy to provide further information on 01740 622302.
St. Edmund's Church, Cross Hill, Sedgefield, Stockton-On-Tees TS21 3AT
St. Catherine’s Church, Front Street, Fishburn, Stockton-On-Tees TS21 4AA
St. Michael’s Church, Bishop Middleham, County Durham DL17 9AF
St. Mary Magdalene’s Church, Trimdon Village, Trimdon Station TS29 6PG
St. Alban’s Church, Trimdon Grange, Trimdon Station TS29 6HB