Quirky Cromer calendar by amateur photographers launched by Jarrold

A gallery of quirky photographs of Cromer by keen amateurs is set to hang on walls around the world - after their imaginative images were put into a calendar.

They were, selected from hundreds of entries, to appear in the 2013 Cromer calendar by Jarrold.

And they have been to the town to pick up their copies at a gathering hosted at the Virginia Court Hotel.

Jarrold co-manager at Cromer Mark Warner, who organised the calendar, said photographers had risen to the challenge to find some off-beat pictures of the resort with more than 360 entries received over the course of a year.

Five judges - including News photographer Antony Kelly - took three hours to pick the final 12.


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A public vote through the News selected the cover shot - an image by North Walsham school administrator Sue Emerson of lifeboat legend Henry Blogg looking over the seas he used to sail on.

Other contributors are Russell Sparkes from Mundesley, Treese Vink from Lincolnshire, Malcolm English from Cromer, David Hart from Cambridge, Jacqui Amy from Cromer, Norman Moor from Cromer, David Swann from Burnley. Gail Buckingham from North Walham, Andrew Douglas from Middlesex and John Mezzetti from Cromer.

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Jarrold managing director Peter Mitchell said the aim was to do something 'a bit different'. He praised the winners and hoped they felt proud to be part of the calendar.

The calendar, which also features pictures including lifeguards, golfers, sea defences, seagulls, townscapes, and snowy park benches, is bought by locals for their homes to send to families across the world.

It is on sale now price �6.99 from Jarrold at Cromer, the main store in Norwich and the Jarrold outlet in the city's Forum, and via the website www.jarrold.co.uk.

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