Crap Views of Glastonbury Tor Calendar 2023

My ‘Crap Views of Glastonbury Tor’ full-colour A3 Wall Calendar for 2023 is now available. It’s fun, quirky, practical and makes the ideal gift!

Some years ago I challenged myself to start taking photos of the Tor that would never make it onto a picture postcard, but ironically they became so popular on my Normal For Glastonbury blog that I turned them into a book of postcards, the postcards were so popular that last year I decided to put the same images on a calendar. The calendar was very popular too, so I’ve been out taking a new collection of Crap Views of the Tor for 2023. 

Each month you can enjoy a different view of the Tor, framed by the lights of the football ground, glimpsed enticingly between buildings at the woodyard, or looming resplendent above the shipping containers of a storage yard. The calendar features major Glastonbury events for 2023, UK bank holidays and the Celtic festival dates. I’m so pleased I could include Glastonbury’s special events this time with reasonable confidence they will go ahead! There is also space for writing in your own special dates and appointments.

Postage is a flat rate of £3 per parcel, so why not buy one for a friend too? They make the ideal fun, quirky and practical gift for anyone who loves Glastonbury, for an extra £3 I’ll gift wrap the calendar, add a personalized handwritten label and send it direct to the recipient if you choose, select ‘Add Gift Wrap?’ at the checkout.

A4 folded, so A3 on the wall (29.7 x 42 cm). Hole for hanging. Printed in full colour on 170g silk paper (cover is 250g) by St Andrews Press of Wells, a local eco-friendly printer. Mailed in a stiff ‘please do not bend’ cardboard, reusable and recyclable mailer. All images copyright Vicki Steward.

If you are local the Calendar is also available from Dicketts Stationers at 6, High Street and Bethany’s in the Gauntlet Arcade off the High Street, or I can hand deliver within the town.

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