Our 2019 charity calendar is on sale now!
The calendar was produced by Linkage Adults Skills, our exciting and flexible day service for adults with learning difficulties and disabilities aged 18 and over. A competition was held to find 12 calendar-worthy photos depicting Lincolnshire Life. The competition was open to everyone at Linkage including learners, clients and staff. Over 90 entries were received which made judging very tough. The 12 photographs featured have been picked for their creativity, originality and reflection of the theme.
|January||Photo by Ryan Webster – Cleaning Operative (Toynton). This image is of Skegness Pier during the 2018 ‘Beast From the East’ blizzards.|
|February||Photo by Ian Bullivant – Linkage Support Worker (Grimsby). Ian captured an atmospheric view of People’s Park, Grimsby, one misty morning.|
|March||Photo by Simon Heathcote – Linkage Community Support Client. Simon captured a lovely reflection of the mill at Little Cawthorpe, near Louth.|
|April||Photo by Shona Thomas – Linkage Adult Skills Client. This image was taken during a session with the Adult Skills ‘Image Factory’ group. It captures the bright yellow of the oil seed rape crop in Toynton.|
|May||Photo by Scott Forde – Linkage Community Support Client. This picture shows a classic moment of Lincolnshire life, taken at New Leake near Boston.|
|June||Photo by Ben Sibsey – Linkage Adult Skills Client. Ben captured this wonderful splash of colour in the grounds of Toynton Hall, Linkage’s flagship campus.|
|July||Photo by Lisa Wright -Linkage Community Support Client. Lisa was able to take this picture of an inquisitive cow whilst on accessing Adult Skills at Toynton Hall.|
|August||Photo by Robert Lipscombe-Ridley – Linkage Community Support Client. Robert took this photo during an Adult Skills field trip to Gibraltar Point near Skegness.|
|September||Photo by Steve Lefley – Adult Skills Activity Leader. This image taken looking out from Skegness beach just after sunrise on a cold October morning.|
|October||Photo by Trevor Jensen – Support Worker (Grimsby). This image was taken at Donna Nook Grey Seal Colony on the Lincolnshire coast, just north of Mablethorpe.|
|November||Photo by Caroline Wallis – Linkage Community Development Worker for the Boultham Park Restoration Project. Caroline captured this image of a winter sheep in Toynton St. Peter|
|December||Photo by Rebbecca Vickers – Linkage Adult Skills Support Worker. This photo of St James Church in Spilsby was taken during the harsh winter of 2018.|
All proceeds from the sale of the calendar are going towards the renovation of the Adult Skills facilities at Toynton Hall, including a new sensory room.