Peak District Calendar 2022 featuring What3word locations for all photographs

This calendar is a tribute to the places that inspire me in the Peak District, my home, and with each calendar sold, I will make a donation to the Peak District National Park Foundation to ensure that these outstanding landscapes that we are so lucky to share with nature are available for future generations to enjoy. Phil Sproson Photography x

Peak District Calendar 2022

Phil Sproson Photography is working with the Peak District National Park Foundation and donating 70p from each Peak District Calendar sold, and there is an option to donate more if you want to, and each donation goes towards the amazing work done by the Foundation supporting lots of smaller, local projects.

  • Peak District Landscapes by Photographer Phil Sproson
  • Beautiful colours and practical calendar, lots of room for notes
  • 250 GSM paper
  • A4 wire bound, opening to A3
  • Lots of room for making notes
  • /// What3words addresses for all locations so that you can find the views yourself

Phil is a community influencer for What3words (that What3words address links to Mam Tor), and Phil works closely with them to help bring the system into the minds of like minded photographers and outdoors-people, done through regular communication, mentions, and use of What3words on products all brings about a greater awareness of this great tool.

The Peak District Calendar uses What3words for every location. So you, armed with the 3 word address, using the app, or your web browser, you will be able to find the exact spot (well 3mx3m square) upon which the tripod was placed when the view was photographed. The Peak District Calendar is not a walk book, but it will allow you to begin some adventures and find the views, to inspire you to get out there and enjoy the Peak District.