Alton In Harmony With Nature 2021 Calendar

Alton In Harmony With Nature Calendar

To celebrate the launch of the calendar we have organised an outdoor photography exhibition throughout the town centre, which will be available to view for 6 weeks from 12th October. We have 17 shops who have very kindly agreed to have a framed and mounted photograph from the calendar in their shop window, creating a trail through the High Street.

We hope the calendar will raise much needed funds for the Mayor’s charities (Bushy Leaze and The Kings Arms) as well as the exhibition providing an opportunity for residents and visitors to enjoy a free, outdoor, socially distanced, walking trail.

We have two calendars to choose from, printed by Treloar Print:

Desktop calendar priced at £5.00 
Wall calendar priced at £9.00

You can purchase the calendars from the following shops:

Perfect Moments
Qwirky Women
St Michaels Hospice
Coffee Cherry
Alton Home Hardware
Mainly Framing
M E Howitt Leather Shop
Make my day flowers
Homes Estate Agents
Alton Model Centre
EVE Hairdressing & Beauty

Thank you to the following shops for taking part in the trail:

Unique Chique
Holybourne Flooring
Honey Lettings
Austen's Cafe
Resurrection Furniture

Thank you to everyone who entered a photograph. We had so many stunning entries that we were unable to only pick 12 for the calendar and have ended up with 20 images, all of which reflect our beautiful urban green spaces, wildlife and surrounding countryside. The pictures selected for the 2021 calendar were:

Dawn Ayres, Barley fields

Alison Reynolds, A peaceful place to take a rest

Paul Howes, Alton sunset

Ronan Nind, ... and don't forget my dinner

Dawn Ayres, Bluebells

Jeremy Robbins, Bath Time

Emily Heath, You Grebey So-And-So!

Jeremy Robbins, Me First

Carol Palmer, Snug

Tony Cole, Now Behave For The Photographer

Emily Heath, King of the fishers!

Dexter Angell (age 16,) Brimstone butterfly

Laura Stevenson, Garden Guest

Dexter Angell (age 16,) Southern Hawker

Sarah Hewes, Bee

Kevin Stevens, September Dawn

John W Warren, Sunset

Nick Barber, In the long grass

Tony Cole, What Should I Eat First

A Reynolds, A pot of gold?

Photographic Art Trail