Village launches fundraising calendar

PUBLISHED: 17:30 08 December 2017

Uphill, home of St Nicholas Church, is one of North Somerset's most picturesque villages. (Picture: David Winship).

Uphill, home of St Nicholas Church, is one of North Somerset's most picturesque villages. (Picture: David Winship).

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A calendar full of picturesque photos of Uphill is now on sale.

Images include pictures of various attractions and scenery around village.

The photos have all been donated by local photographers and the calendar is being sold to raise money for Uphill Village Society.

Society chairman Stewart Castle, said: “For the second year the Uphill Village Society has published a calendar including wonderful photographs showing the village at its best.

“With last year’s print run being a sell out, it is hoped we will be as successful this year.”
The calendar, priced £5, will be on sale at the Christmas bazaar in the village hall on Saturday from 2-5pm. Santa will make an appearance at the event, the primary school choir is set to perform and crafts will be on sale. The calendar can also be bought from Wharf Cafe Bar, the village shop, or from www.uphillvillage.org.uk

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