The Asby Calendar 2016

Photographs for the 2017 Calendar

A splendid number of entries were received for the 2017 calendar competition.  They were all exhibited in St. Peter’s over the weekend of 30 April – 2 May and the selection of images for next year’s calendar has now been made.  The chosen images will of course be displayed on this website in due course.

The Asby Calendar 2016
Asby Calendar Cover Photo 2016

Bridge over Asby Beck.
Photo: Andrew Clark

The Asby Calendar is one result of an annual exhibition of photographs of views of, in, and around the parish of Asby in the Upper Eden Valley.  All the pictures were taken by local residents.
Proceeds from the sale of the calendar support the work of St Peter’s Church.

January 2016
Asby Calendar - January 2016

Winter Morning – on Great Asby Scar.
Photo: Anne Hulse

February 2016
Asby Calendar - February 2016

Lime Kiln – near Pate Hole.
Photo: Matthew Clark

March 2016
Asby Calendar -March 2016

Lambs – in Little Asby.

Photo: Sue Jackson.

April 2016
Asby Calendar - April 2016

Rutter Force and Mill.

Photo: Peter Hornblower.

May 2016
Asby Calendar - May 2016

Pretty Patterns – from Broadmire.
Photo: Debbie Hanson

June 2016
Asby Calendar - June 2016

Buttercups – St Peter’s Churchyard.
Photo: Debbie Hanson

July 2016
Asby Calendar - July 2016

Airborne – over Asby Beck.
Photo: Andrew Clark.

August 2016
Asby Calendar - August 2016

Autumn Days – Burtree from above Little Asby.
Photo: Elliott Palmer.

September 2016
Asby Calendar - September 2016

Storm Clouds over Asby – from Hollin Stump.
Photo: Peter Hornblower

October 2016
Asby Calendar - October 2016

Squirrel in the Feeder – at Whygill.
Photo: Jill Turner

November 2016
Asby Calendar - November 2016

Autumn Hills – from Sunbiggin Tarn.
Photo: Elliott Palmer

Decemberl 2016
Asby Calendar - December 2016

Winter Moon in Asby.

Photo: Anne Hulse

All images © 2015 – All pictures are the copyright of their respective photographers.
They may not be copied or used in any way without the photographer’s permission.


Contact ATG

Please feel free to contact the Group Officers, as follows:

Chair – Dave Freak

Secretary – Keith Cooper

Treasurer – Louise Reeve

Donations to ATG

If you would like to support the work of the Tree Group by making a donation to help cover the costs of essential tree guards or the purchase of trees for planting, that would be very much appreciated.

Account details are:
Account Name: Asby Tree Group
Sort code: 20-55-41
Account number : 50979708

ATG Activities

We will be working with local landowners to identify small areas of land that can be used to plant trees or hedges. Occasional requests will go out to members, seeking volunteers to survey areas of land to assess the age and health of trees and to identify possible planting areas, as well as to take part in planting trees and hedges. These activities will normally be scheduled to last for no more than three hours.

The Tree Group has insurance to cover members carrying out these activities.

ATG Membership

A membership form can be downloaded here,
or obtained from the Secretary:
Keith Cooper

There is currently no membership fee.

COVID Policy (Feb.2022)

Unfortunately Covid-19 has not gone away, and we still want everyone to feel safe whilst being able to enjoy the film.

  • We use ‘cabaret-style’ seating around suitably spaced tables.
  • We recommend that you continue to wear a face covering when moving around the village hall, though this may be removed whilst you are seated.
  • It would also be appreciated if you could complete an antigen (lateral flow) test before attending.  (We are more than happy to refund your ticket should your test unfortunately prove positive.)

Opening Hours Xmas 2021

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