Love Sussex Charity Calendar Now Available to Purchase

Sussex based print, design and marketing specialist Evonprint is delighted to announce that their Love Sussex charity calendar is now available in all Chestnut Tree House shops.

The calendar, which aims to raise money for Chestnut Tree House, the only children’s charity in East and West Sussex, showcases the spectacular sights that Sussex has to offer by only including imagery that has been taken by local budding photographers.

Bosham by Ian McBean, the front cover of the calendar

Bosham by Ian McBean, the front cover of the calendar

The 12 winning photographs of Chichester Cathedral, Petworth Deer Park, Bosham, Bury Hill, Chanctonbury, Cuckmere Haven, the Doughnut Sclupture on Brighton Beach, Goring Beach, Kingly Vale, Long Furlong, St Leonard’s Beach and Tilgate Park, were chosen out of hundreds of fantastic entries after the family run printers called out for local residents to submit their photographs for the chance to be included in the calendar.

All of the money raised from the calendars will go towards helping fund the vital specialist palliative care services that Chestnut Tree House provides to 300 children and young people with life-shortening and life-threatening illnesses in East Sussex, West Sussex and South East Hampshire.

The calendars will be available in all 10 Chestnut Tree House charity shops located around Sussex including Arundel, Bongnor Regis, Billingshurst, Brighton, Chichester, Eastbourne,  Hove, Seaford, Worthing and Uckfield.

Steve Rowland, Managing Director of Evonprint, commented:

“We are delighted that the calendars are now available in all Chestnut Tree Shops and I urge the public to visit their local store to purchase one. As well as raising money for this fantastic local charity, it also showcases what a beautiful county we live in and celebrates the talents within Sussex. We were overwhelmed by the response we received from this campaign and I would like to take this opportunity to thank each and every person for submitting their favourite location and photographs.”

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