On Thursday 20th September the winning photographers from this year’s Photography Competition visited Farleigh Hospice for the Calendar 2019 launch evening.

As part of the competition the best 13 photographs were selected from over a hundred entries and will take pride of place in the Farleigh Hospice Calendar for 2019. All of the winning photographs were chosen because they expertly captured the county of Essex in all of its natural beauty.

Pauline Harvey-Jones, Commercial Director at Farleigh Hospice said of the evening “It was a pleasure to meet all the talented photographers who so enthusiastically took part in this year’s Photography Competition and our 2019 calendar. The sale of the official Farleigh Hospice Calendar across mid-Essex will help raise the vital funds we need to support those with life-limiting illnesses and their families and friends.”

During the launch evening the winners were gifted an early release version of the 2019 Calendar and had the opportunity to chat and share tips and tricks with their fellow photographers.


Buy a calendar

The 2019 Farleigh Hospice Calendar is now on sale! To purchase your calendar online click here, or visit one of our shops throughout mid-Essex to buy one in store. All the money raised from the sale of the calendars will help to support us at Farleigh Hospice.


Here's a gallery of the winning entries...






Cover: 'Langleys' - Great Waltham

By Ben Sutton







January: 'Misty Trees' - Hylands Park

By Crispin Coulson







February: 'Otters'

By Gillian Haycock







March: 'Mountnessing Windmill' - Ingatestone, Essex

By Colin Mace







April: 'Duckling'

By Andrew Taylor







May: 'Bluebells'

By Jacqueline Suttling







June: 'Kingfisher' - Paper Mill Lock

By Danny Owen







July: 'Danbury Lakes'

By Isaac Hurrell







August: 'Toot Hill'

By Mike Fogg







September: 'Wrecked Boat' - Blackwater Estuary, Maldon

By Mark Caldon







October: 'Marks Hall'

By Teresa Soper







November: 'Poppies' - Great Braxted

By Jacky Olley







December: 'Blackbird' - Colne Engaine,

By Deborah Pugh