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North Walsham’s natural beauty is on show in new calender featuring images by Paul Macro, Herbert Sandell and Julie Kelleher

PUBLISHED: 16:30 16 November 2017 | UPDATED: 12:48 17 November 2017

This photo of the Ebridge canal basin is among those in a new calender featuring North Walsham and surrounds. Picture: Julie Kelleher from the North Walsham and Canal Trust

This photo of the Ebridge canal basin is among those in a new calender featuring North Walsham and surrounds. Picture: Julie Kelleher from the North Walsham and Canal Trust

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A new calendar, believed to be the first featuring North Walsham and surrounds in full colour, has gone on sale.

The front of a new calender featuring North Walsham and surrounds. Picture: Watercolour painted by Herbert SandellThe front of a new calender featuring North Walsham and surrounds. Picture: Watercolour painted by Herbert Sandell

The 2018 calendar includes images of the area by Paul Macro Photography, as well as local scenes painted by artist Herbert Sandell.

It has been produced by Bob and Jan White from the town’s Showcase Gallery newsagents and gift shop.

Mr White said also included was a photo by Julie Kelleher showing the North Walsham and Dilham Canal Trust’s work at the Ebridge canal basin.

He said: “The calendar has been available for a few weeks now and has been very well received, encouraging my wife and I to start planning next year’s calendar. To this end we have asked North Walsham in bloom and the North Walsham Christmas lights community to take photographs to be submitted for the 2019.”

A photo by Paul Macro, which is included in the new calander about North Walsham. Picture: Paul MacroA photo by Paul Macro, which is included in the new calander about North Walsham. Picture: Paul Macro

The calendar is on sale for £7.50 from the Showcase Gallery.

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