Calendar 2022 – Rowntree Park

We are excited to share with you our calendar for 2022. Featuring a range of designs from ‘Art in the Park’ – this was a project that challenged local artists to create an image of Rowntree Park influenced by an art style or decade of the last 100 to celebrate Rowntree Park’s centenary year.

This A4 calendar will look stylish in your home or make a fantastic gift for others this Christmas. A perfect gift for lovers of Rowntree park that also raises funds for the Friends of Rowntree park at the same time.

Calendars are only £12 and can be bought using the link below. Please note that the price reflects printing costs (we can’t do in bulk as a small charity) and also aims to raise some funds for the charity. We really appreciate your support. Please read….

If local, you can collect your calendar from a house near the park (we will email you details) or you can opt to add postage and packaging. see link below:

For more on our Children’s Christmas Craft Kits for sale, see here.

We also have other merchandise that can also be bought and collected on the same dates:
– A4 Limited Edition Prints
– A5 Notecards
– Children’s Christmas Craft Packs – see here to buy

Gift Membership can be bought online. If you buy a gift membership you get a link to send to the recipient to activate their account. You can also purchase gift membership with a greeting card (this card would need to be collected from a house near the park).

The following items can also be bought and collected from the stall on the dates and times above:

Rowntree Park Cotton Tote Bag£3Buy
Rowntree Park Insulated Travel Mug£3Buy

Thank you to all the artists who have been involved in the ‘Art in the Park’ project, and to Elliot Harrison who put together the calendar for us.

Artists include:
Ellie Lewis – Instagram @nutkinavenue_illustrations/
Leon François Dumont –

Adele Karmazyn –
Helen J Atkinson-
Guy Ruston -Instagram @guyrustondesign
Emma Frost-
Kelly Lewis – Instagram: @hairylemonsdesign
Lucie Ware-
Elliot Harrison –
Gillian Dodsworth –
Heather Dawes
Elaine Potter 
Mandi Grant –
John G Uttley
Tyria Fritian-Franks 

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