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yvonne7495

  1 month ago

Calendars

We do buy a calendar every year and willing to around £10 for a nice one with excellent selection of trees birds and British wild animals. I had a brief look on Amazon and even the RSPB one and Countryfile seem uninspiring to me..a bit misty, out of focus and too many horses. Have you seen any really clear photographic wild life and woodland calendars for sale online? I like squirrels, Robins, Dormice, Autumn Trees and Hedgehogs . Suggestions welcome.
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Chris563

  1 month ago
I have not looked for any yet but I usually get a Countryfile one but I will check it out first. Reply
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MightyJupiter641001

  1 month ago
We print our calendars from our computer. I don’t need pictures, just dates and some space to write on. Sometimes I buy calendar on the high street it has pretty pictures of cats or dogs. You can try buying calendars in the shop. Reply
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Mark_W

  1 month ago
I always get a Banksy one for Christmas! Reply
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rosemary-charles

  1 month ago
I havent bought a calender for years i use my phone hun Reply
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spartan3002

  1 month ago
I have no need Yvonne , for the simple reason I have 2-3 appointments per year , for which I use my phone and pc . Reply
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survay12

  1 month ago
All we need from a calendar is a lot of space for writing stuff. We usually buy the Sainsbury’s magazine each November which comes complete with a Cook's Calendar for the following year and as you get both a calendar and a magazine it is well worth it for a total of about £3.50. So can’t recommend anything for wildlife, not really our thing. Reply
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bickler1

  1 month ago
Unless someone donates one to me I only have my diary and computers to alert me but as I am retired it makes little difference to everyday life. Reply
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H7551940

  1 month ago
I do way much cheaper ones card factory and other places do them cheaply or try charity shops or the works do them with a wee diary too Reply
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