SOLD OUT charity calendar of Cromer coastline helped photographer raise £3,900 for local causes

PUBLISHED: 12:16 11 December 2018

Cromer Pier lit up for the BBC filming. Photo: Paul Macro

Cromer Pier lit up for the BBC filming. Photo: Paul Macro


A charity calendar which showcased the beauty of the Cromer coastline and helped raise thousands for good causes has sold out.

Norfolk-based photographer Paul Macro, has produced an annual range of calendars and cards featuring different seasons, locations and wildlife from across the county for the past five years.

In that time he has raised £8,000 for local charities, including Break, EACH, Samaritans and the RNLI, with £3,900 this year alone.

And while the 2018 Cromer Coastline Calendar, which includes a £2 donation to a chosen charity, is now out of stock, Mr Macro, 44, is also selling a range of Christmas cards featuring the BBC film on Cromer Pier, as well as calendars featuring Norfolk seals, Norwich landmarks, and north Norfolk beaches.

He said: “There’s not huge stock left, but I can still re-order if required.

“The £3,900 [raised] is from my full range this year, but the total is over £8,000 since I began a few years ago.”

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