Woodbridge Tide Mill Charity 2022 Calendar out now
25/10/2021 - Woodbridge Tide Mill
Following on from its popular Photo Competition, Woodbridge Tide Mill has launched its Charity Calendar for 2022 to raise funds for the Tide Mill Charitable Trust.
The high quality, A4, landscape, laminated, calendars feature the Competition’s winning photos as well as the best of the hundreds of entries as selected by a panel of Judges (see list below). The spectacular images of the Mill on the Deben capture it during the seasons and remind us of how lucky we are to have had a mill on the site for over 850 years.
The Calendar will be available from the Tide Mill’s online shop as well as the Mill itself at £9.99 inc. p&p. The online shop allows purchasers to send the Calendars to other addressees as gifts and offers other Tide Mill merchandise, many by local artists. Mill volunteers will also be selling the Calendar, other merchandise and the Mill’s Stoneground flour at local markets in the run up to Christmas. Two already booked are in the Thoroughfare outside boots on Sat 4 Dec from 8.30am to 1pm and at the Christmas Regatta at Whisstocks Place on Sun 5 Dec from 11am to 4pm. The Mill will also be open to buy merchandise on both of those two days from 1400-1700 with a wheel turning at 3pm.
Woodbridge Tide Mill Trust Chair, John Carrington commented “The Woodbridge Tide Mill Charity 2022 Calendar is entirely designed to raise much needed funds for the Charity. The Mill costs about £5,000 a month to keep open and running. By buying the calendar people are helping us address issues such as maintenance, fulfilling our role as a museum and helping more people to access the Mill. I would like to thank the headline sponsor Marshall Hatchick Solicitors for helping us to make the most of this fundraising opportunity”.
For more information on Woodbridge Tide Mill or to purchase a calendar, please visit their website.
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