A partnership project between The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice, City of Glasgow College and local business Eye in the Sky Glasgow saw drones take to the sky to capture images of landmarks such as Kelvingrove Art Gallery and The People’s Palace. It also features aerial images of the new Prince & Princess of Wales £21 million building within Bellahouston Park.
The design team at City of Glasgow College designed the stunning calendar using images commissioned by Eye in the Sky Glasgow.
Heather Manson, Director of Fundraising for The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice, commented: “We were delighted to work alongside Eye in the Sky Glasgow and the design team from City of Glasgow College to produce this visually stunning calendar. We are rightly proud of Glasgow’s history and as Glasgow’s Hospice we are delighted that all the proceeds from the sale of these calendars go directly to the Hospice.
“Every sale of a calendar will allow our team of dedicated professionals care for people and their families, when they need it most.”
John Crawford, Eye in the Sky Glasgow, added: “When I approached the hospice team with only a concept calendar at the time their enthusiasm delighted me that we could take the idea and create “Keep on Caring 2020”. Later when we engaged the college to undertake the concept design the whole calendar project collaboration came together giving us a unique limited edition calendar to raise funds for the continued support of The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice.”
The calendars are available at The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice at Bellahouston Park and all 17 of the Hospice shops throughout Glasgow.