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Emsworth Life ONE Day Calendar – Released

Emsworth Life ONE Day CalendarThe Emsworth Business Association is delighted to announce the release of the Emsworth Life ONE Day Calendar 2017. ‘Emsworth Life – ONE day’ was a monthly photographic competition open to everyone, which aimed to celebrate Emsworth and its wonderful sense of place and community. Capturing Emsworth, its heritage, its people and its day-to-day life. Over the last 12 months, local people have entered 100’s of photographs of Emsworth Life. Each month an independent panel of Judges selected a wining entry, the winner received a bottle of Hambledon Classic Cuvée as well as being the official picture of the month in question for the Calendar. They are priced at £9 each and as well as the winning photographs, the calendars have a listing of community events for 2017. They will be officially released on Monday 14th November and the Emsworth Business Association will donate ALL profits to local good causes -

  • Emsworth Primary School
  • St. James’ Primary School
  • RNLI – Emsworth branch

The Calendars will be available from the following outlets –

Bookends, High Street - Henry Adams, North Street - Bluebell Inn, South Street - The Brookfield Hotel

The Judging panel consisted of:
John Tweddell – Chair, local renowned photographer
Carol Price – Local artist and Chair of the Emsworth Arts Trial.
Sarah Standing – Images Editor - The News
Zak Kara – Committee Member of the Emsworth Business Association

“This has been a wonderful community project highlighting all that is special about Emsworth and with all the profits going to local good causes, it is difficult to think of a of better celebration of this unique coastal town. Enjoy this calendar, a little piece of Emsworth Life” Cllr. Lulu Bowerman

“It was a real joy judging all the marvellous photographs that came in each month to the calendar competition. The standard reached by many of the photographs was exceptionally high, and all of the judges found it difficult to pick one to represent Emsworth for each particular month. I think we will all miss the monthly deliberations and discussions that were needed to decide which photograph would be the overall winner.” John Tweddell – Chair, Judging panel

Posted on Wed, December 14 2016