Coventry Calendars 2013
Wednesday 17 October 2012
Coventry City Council – together with Jaguar Land Rover, West Orchards Shopping Centre, Complex Developments (Priory Place World Food Quarter) and Warwick Conferences - have produced the official Coventry 2013 calendar which features some fantastic sights of the city and surrounding area.
The calendar costs just £4.99 and all profits are being awarded to the Lord Mayor's chosen charity, the Heart of England Community Foundation, and will be available from various outlets from 22 October.
The 2013 calendar features 12 winning public photos chosen from over 400 entries, each taking part in a calendar completion published online through Flickr and Feel Alive, the city centre lifestyle magazine for Coventry.
Cllr Tim Sawdon, Lord Mayor of Coventry, said: "During the summer Coventry was in the spotlight all over the world - here's a chance for you to continue that spotlight by sending a 2013 calendar to friends and relatives in the UK and worldwide! The photographs for each month really showcase the city at its best, featuring historic buildings, beautiful landscapes and famous locations."
The calendar is available from the following outlets:
Waterstones - Precinct Cross
WHSmith - Smithford Way
Tourist Information Centre - St Michael's Tower, Coventry Cathedral Ruins Central Library - Smithford Way The Council House - Earl Street
Online: http://www.visitcoventry.co.uk/ (p&p applies)
Tina Costello, from Heart of England, said: "The calendar pictures are outstanding and is a wonderful advertisement for Coventry. I hope people will go out and buy it, either for themselves or as presents for friends and relatives. I would like to thank the Lord Mayor for choosing the Heart of England to benefit from the sales of the calendar."
Far left - April Wickens (Community Relations Officer Jaguar Land Rover) Second from left - Andy Talbot (West Orchards Shopping Centre Manager) Middle - Lord Mayor, Cllr Tim Sawdon Centre back - Alan Robinson (Director Warwick Conferences) Far right - Tina Costello (Interim Director Heart of England Community Foundation) Second from right - Joanne Truslove (Complex Developments)