Skipton’s High Corn Mill has issued a charity calendar in aid of Parkinson’s UK.
The 2020 calendar features pictures of the town and surrounding areas including Skipton Castle, the woods, town centre and High Corn Mill, with all imagery supplied from local photographers Stephen Garnett Photography and S & A Photography.
All proceeds from the calendars will be donated to the selected charity.
High Corn Mill’s owner Andrew Mear said: “Skipton is an amazing town so what better way to shout out about it to tourists and local residents than with a calendar that features stunning photography as well as supporting a great cause.
“I’ve chosen Parkinson’s UK as it’s a cause close to my heart – sadly my grandfather passed away from the disease so I’m looking to raise as much money as possible to help the organisation continue its excellent work.”
The calendar is available to purchase from The Home Company and other retail units based in the High Corn Mill and costs £15.
High Corn Mill is one of the oldest buildings in the town with over 700 years of history. The ancient mill offers a great mix of quality independent shops and health, beauty and wellness services and located within the heart of the building is the fun, free educational attraction, Waterwheel House.