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The Cafe Art 2020 MyLondon calendar is a social enterprise initiative for London homelessness art groups and individuals who have been affected by homelessness.

We are selling a beautiful quality wall calendar, printed in London. This year we're piloting a new desktop version. The prices are very affordable (£10/€10.90/US$12.20 for one calendar), in line with quality calendars sold in the UK. If you need it shipped, the price will be £14 to the UK, only about €17.50 to the EU and only about $22.50 to the US including shipping costs. The exchange rate will of course vary day to day.

The photographers (the participants) are contacted through London homeless charities, including Crisis, 240 Project, St Mungo's, SHP, C4WS Homeless Project, Barons Court Project, The Spires, The Passage, The One Housing, Pritchard's Road Day Centre and more. We rely heavily on the support workers in these projects.

Richard Fletcher with his top 20 photo (top left, which is June 2020 in the calendar)
Richard Fletcher with his top 20 photo (top left, which is June 2020 in the calendar)

In May this year, at St Paul’s Cathedral, 100 Fujifilm single-use cameras were handed out with the theme of the project being "My London". This is not a project about what homelessness looks like - it's a about what the photographers love about London.

Training on how to use the cameras was given by The Royal Photographic Society [The RPS] in April and again on the day of the handout.

We got back 88 cameras, had the film developed, and 20 of the photos were chosen by a selection panel for the exhibition. The selection panel was made up a mix of professional photographers and people who are involved with the homelessness sector, including Amateur Photographer magazine editor Ailsa McWhinnie, The Royal Photographic Society London chair Judy Hicks, The Royal Photographic Society volunteering manager Naomi Galliford, Jessops manager Viktor Vrab, Fujifilm UK photo imaging marketing executive Katie Coulson, Homeless Link head of member services Kate Alaway and former rough sleeper and now employee of Cafe Art James Gray. Of the 20 photos the panel chose, the 13 with the highest votes made it into the 2020 MyLondon calendar.

Many people discovered us when we went viral four years ago. MyLondon's Kickstarter success in 2015 and 2016 blew us away. This resulted in the project not only growing in London, but partnerships with projects around the world have also become possible. As well as running MinhaSao Paulo in Brazil in November 2015 with With One Voice, we are partner with several other cities including MySydney, MyBudapest run by the Budapest Bike Mafia, MyNew Orleans and MyToronto run by Ve'ahavta.  

We don't spend money on the cameras as they were donated by Fujifilm UK. The film was processed and photos developed by Jessops for free. The calendar is being designed by CarterWong at no charge. From September we are allowed to help people affected by homelessness sell the calendar (in the same way as Big Issue vendors work for themselves) in Spitalfields E1 Arts Market from September to February. 

We will use the profits from the Kickstarter to pay for the printing and postage of the rewards. More than 50% of the profits from the photo rewards will go to the individual photographers. The top 20 photographers all win £50 from taking part in this project, plus a copy of their winning photo (all 88 participants received their photos and were offered the chance to choose three photos for the exhibition). The photographers in the calendar win an additional £50 each, with two winners earning an additional £100 each (the judges' choice and the people's choice photos). All of the prize money comes from the sale for the calendar in the self-sustaining project.

2020 MyLondon calendars

The theme "MyLondon" is not what homelessness looks like - it's what the people taking the photos love about London. 

As well as the traditional wall calendar, you can order the new desktop calendar. 

2020 MyLondon calendar (desktop version)
2020 MyLondon calendar (desktop version)

Calendar sizes

The wall calendar page size is the standard 12" x 12" (300mm x 300mm). The new desktop version is 8" x 8" (200mm x 200mm).


Environmentally friendly (100% Plastic-free)

We will not use any single-use plastic to cover the calendars. We will supply strong cardboard envelopes to protect them when mailed. If you would like your calendar sent by surface mail (not airmail) just let us know.

This year we are printing the covers with a varnish cover, replacing a thin plastic coating that we have used in previous years.

Month layout

The calendar months have a photo of the actual photographer. By introducing the photographers who have experienced homelessness, we are addressing the issue of homelessness in a subtle but positive way. 

The month page features a profile shot of the photographer. This year we have increased the size of the numbers and also moved Sunday to the end of the week.
The month page features a profile shot of the photographer. This year we have increased the size of the numbers and also moved Sunday to the end of the week.

This year we decided to use the calendar layout used on computers and smart phones, with the weekend days of Saturday and Sunday at the end of the week. This design is standard in European countries. Many printed calendars in the UK and the US now use it. We have shaded the weekend to make the new layout more clear.

The new desktop design will be exactly the same, only 33% smaller. While the text will be proportionally smaller, it will still be very readable.

Please note our Cafe Art logo on UK bank (public) holidays: the coffee stain! You can add your own special days yourself.

Photographers

The main photographs on each month of the calendar are accompanied by descriptions by the photographers. All have been affected by homelessness. They have had broken relationships, lost jobs and had mental health issues. If they feel comfortable speaking about what they have gone through they tell their story in the calendar. However, we always focus on the future - asking about what they are doing now or planning to do in the future.

Mohammad Hasan's story

What is your experience of homelessness? “It was a very difficult situation. I struggled a lot. It’s very difficult to explain the situation of homelessness because you are living on the street or if you don’t have any place to live then you can’t think [through] anything normally...  It’s a very difficult situation to come back from this kind of problem. I’m struggling."

What are you focusing on now? “I’m focusing to get out of this situation.” 

Do you have a place to live right now? “I’m living in temporary accommodation but it’s not fixed because of my mental health issue.” Is it shared housing? “Yeah shared housing – it’s a temporary base because of my mental health problem. So I’m trying to get out, to get involved.”   

Lui Saatchi's story

"I became homeless because the landlord wanted to refurbish the place and he kicked me out. I went to the County Court and they gave me a notice. I became homeless – sofa surfing for a few weeks. After that I ended up in a hostel in west London. I was working but still I couldn’t find a place to live so I was staying in the hostel for seven years until they offered me a place."

"Homelessness is not an easy thing. We’re people – with talents, with abilities, and it’s places like this that lets the world out there know that you may have forgotten us but there are still people who haven’t. So hats off to this organisation for what they do." Peter Nathan (September photographer)   

This is the back of the calendar.
This is the back of the calendar.
Freedom, Brick Lane, by Mohammad Hasan. Cover of 2020 MyLondon calendar. This photo won the Chris Cheesman Most Creative Photo Award. “I find that there is a freedom in this picture. You see there is a cage in there, but the bird is flying, free. Instead of the bird you can see there is a drone inside the cage." Hasan goes to Crisis.
Freedom, Brick Lane, by Mohammad Hasan. Cover of 2020 MyLondon calendar. This photo won the Chris Cheesman Most Creative Photo Award. “I find that there is a freedom in this picture. You see there is a cage in there, but the bird is flying, free. Instead of the bird you can see there is a drone inside the cage." Hasan goes to Crisis.
Soapbox, Speakers' Corner, by Lui Saatchi. January 2020 in MyLondon calendar. “This guy – his name is Bob – I know him from Speakers’ Corner. I have known him for about 27 years now. He’s always there on Sunday with a sign on his chest saying “It is going to get worse” and I think he’s right as compared to 27 years ago things have got worse economically, politically, socially, everything... That’s Speakers Corner by Marble Arch. People come from all over London. Some people come from all over the world. It’s on Sundays. For the chat. Politics, economics and everything. A very exciting place to be there." Lui goes to an art group run by 240 Project in west London.
Soapbox, Speakers' Corner, by Lui Saatchi. January 2020 in MyLondon calendar. “This guy – his name is Bob – I know him from Speakers’ Corner. I have known him for about 27 years now. He’s always there on Sunday with a sign on his chest saying “It is going to get worse” and I think he’s right as compared to 27 years ago things have got worse economically, politically, socially, everything... That’s Speakers Corner by Marble Arch. People come from all over London. Some people come from all over the world. It’s on Sundays. For the chat. Politics, economics and everything. A very exciting place to be there." Lui goes to an art group run by 240 Project in west London.
Photobomb, Aldgate East, by Deep. February 2020 in MyLondon calendar. “I decided to take a picture of the scenery and my friend Stephen decided to pop his head in the picture. You know what? It turned out to be a pretty good picture. I wasn’t looking at the [reflection on the] road itself but it’s a beautiful addition to the picture itself. I was just trying to take the best shot.” Deep goes to the photography group run by Jeff Hubbard at Crisis.
Photobomb, Aldgate East, by Deep. February 2020 in MyLondon calendar. “I decided to take a picture of the scenery and my friend Stephen decided to pop his head in the picture. You know what? It turned out to be a pretty good picture. I wasn’t looking at the [reflection on the] road itself but it’s a beautiful addition to the picture itself. I was just trying to take the best shot.” Deep goes to the photography group run by Jeff Hubbard at Crisis.
Vince, London Bridge, by Gerard Mitchell. March 2020 in MyLondon calendar. This won the Alex Davies Best Portrait Award. “He is a DJ at Resonance FM who plays African music. I read poetry at the radio station sometimes. I took it at the radio station at London Bridge.” Gerard is a client with SHP.
Vince, London Bridge, by Gerard Mitchell. March 2020 in MyLondon calendar. This won the Alex Davies Best Portrait Award. “He is a DJ at Resonance FM who plays African music. I read poetry at the radio station sometimes. I took it at the radio station at London Bridge.” Gerard is a client with SHP.
Goslings, Victoria Park, by Richard Riley. April 2020 in MyLondon calendar. “It’s just some geese I stumbled across while walking around Victoria Park they’re brilliant. Near the Pavilion. I just stumbled across them.” Richard attends a day centre called Pritchard's Road run by Tower Hamlets council.
Goslings, Victoria Park, by Richard Riley. April 2020 in MyLondon calendar. “It’s just some geese I stumbled across while walking around Victoria Park they’re brilliant. Near the Pavilion. I just stumbled across them.” Richard attends a day centre called Pritchard's Road run by Tower Hamlets council.
"Why?", Great Portland Street, by Deep (photographic director). May 2020 in MyLondon calendar. "I was walking. I just saw that and I thought ‘Yeah, this would be a good picture to just question Theresa May.” Did you get someone to take this of you? “This gentleman was walking by and I just asked him ‘can you quickly take this picture of me?’. Actually we had both stopped to take pictures but I thought, “hmm – I’m going to go and ask him to take a picture of me.” Deep goes to the photography group run by Jeff Hubbard at Crisis.
"Why?", Great Portland Street, by Deep (photographic director). May 2020 in MyLondon calendar. "I was walking. I just saw that and I thought ‘Yeah, this would be a good picture to just question Theresa May.” Did you get someone to take this of you? “This gentleman was walking by and I just asked him ‘can you quickly take this picture of me?’. Actually we had both stopped to take pictures but I thought, “hmm – I’m going to go and ask him to take a picture of me.” Deep goes to the photography group run by Jeff Hubbard at Crisis.
 Kerbside Bloom, Charterhouse Square, by Richard Fletcher. June 2020 in MyLondon calendar. "Charterhouse Square is one of my favourite ‘secret escapes’ in London. I noticed this flower in the gutter. Straight away the symbolism hit me. If you are homeless and you keep trying you will eventually blossom. The flower is a Spanish Bluebell. I think the connection between homelessness, the gutter and blossoming forth is quite a strong one. Couldn`t resist taking the photo. [June 2020] marks the 150th anniversary of the death of Charles Dickens. The London Museum named after him where he once lived and wrote his first three novels is well worth a visit. He was also an example of how you can rise from the gutter and blossom."
Kerbside Bloom, Charterhouse Square, by Richard Fletcher. June 2020 in MyLondon calendar. "Charterhouse Square is one of my favourite ‘secret escapes’ in London. I noticed this flower in the gutter. Straight away the symbolism hit me. If you are homeless and you keep trying you will eventually blossom. The flower is a Spanish Bluebell. I think the connection between homelessness, the gutter and blossoming forth is quite a strong one. Couldn`t resist taking the photo. [June 2020] marks the 150th anniversary of the death of Charles Dickens. The London Museum named after him where he once lived and wrote his first three novels is well worth a visit. He was also an example of how you can rise from the gutter and blossom."
Brick Lane Pose, Shoreditch, by Somalenny. July 2020 in MyLondon calendar. Somalenny took this shot of fellow Crisis member and MyLondon photographer Eva while she was doing a photo shoot with a professional photographer. Eva came to London from Lithuania last year but was tricked into working for people smugglers. She escaped and was helped by Crisis. “I was sleeping on the streets." Why did she come? “Following my dreams... and now I see my dreams coming true finally – ha!” Eva is now applying for modelling jobs. Somalenny is a member of Crisis.
Brick Lane Pose, Shoreditch, by Somalenny. July 2020 in MyLondon calendar. Somalenny took this shot of fellow Crisis member and MyLondon photographer Eva while she was doing a photo shoot with a professional photographer. Eva came to London from Lithuania last year but was tricked into working for people smugglers. She escaped and was helped by Crisis. “I was sleeping on the streets." Why did she come? “Following my dreams... and now I see my dreams coming true finally – ha!” Eva is now applying for modelling jobs. Somalenny is a member of Crisis.
Thames View, Canary Wharf, by Wes. August 2020 in MyLondon calendar. “It’s in Cabot Square, just off Canary Wharf. It’s right at the river’s edge where you’ve got the O2 Arena just behind you and the Canary Wharf banking section just behind you. I liked the sun shining through into this bench. It was sunset. It had rained that day and everything was nice and clear. When you look across London you get to see the Shard and you get to see all of Central London here as well. This was like the calm after the storm.” Wes is connected to several homelessness-sector organisations.
Thames View, Canary Wharf, by Wes. August 2020 in MyLondon calendar. “It’s in Cabot Square, just off Canary Wharf. It’s right at the river’s edge where you’ve got the O2 Arena just behind you and the Canary Wharf banking section just behind you. I liked the sun shining through into this bench. It was sunset. It had rained that day and everything was nice and clear. When you look across London you get to see the Shard and you get to see all of Central London here as well. This was like the calm after the storm.” Wes is connected to several homelessness-sector organisations.
Perfect light, Brixton, by Peter Nathan. September 2020 in MyLondon calendar. “It’s a photo of a street corner during the day. Because of the way that the sunlight was reflecting off the buildings, creating the shadows and the contrast it just literally reminded me of a street in the Victorian era with 21 Century buildings surrounding it and the whole essence of it just was perfect as a picture to take. It was difficult working on a 35mm [film] camera because I had no idea other than what I was looking at to judge the light perspective but I just went for it.” Peter attends the Crisis photography group.
Perfect light, Brixton, by Peter Nathan. September 2020 in MyLondon calendar. “It’s a photo of a street corner during the day. Because of the way that the sunlight was reflecting off the buildings, creating the shadows and the contrast it just literally reminded me of a street in the Victorian era with 21 Century buildings surrounding it and the whole essence of it just was perfect as a picture to take. It was difficult working on a 35mm [film] camera because I had no idea other than what I was looking at to judge the light perspective but I just went for it.” Peter attends the Crisis photography group.
If you don't eat fruit, East London, by Alissa Christie. October 2020 in MyLondon calendar. "You can have a home but you can still feel lonely even if you are in your own home. You can still feel alone in your own home even if you have family around you. If you’re not welcomed there then you will feel isolated and then you feel homeless." Alissa was helped by Crisis.
If you don't eat fruit, East London, by Alissa Christie. October 2020 in MyLondon calendar. "You can have a home but you can still feel lonely even if you are in your own home. You can still feel alone in your own home even if you have family around you. If you’re not welcomed there then you will feel isolated and then you feel homeless." Alissa was helped by Crisis.
The Couple, City of London, by Deivydas Zilinskas. November 2020 in MyLondon calendar. "I just saw this couple walking and they looked really nice and knowing you are on the street alone and you think about these things, I just took it. I just tried to capture the buildings, they are this side and not in the middle of the street, I tried to capture the wall."
The Couple, City of London, by Deivydas Zilinskas. November 2020 in MyLondon calendar. "I just saw this couple walking and they looked really nice and knowing you are on the street alone and you think about these things, I just took it. I just tried to capture the buildings, they are this side and not in the middle of the street, I tried to capture the wall."
The Artist, West London, by Momo. December in 2020 MyLondon calendar. A member of 240 Project in west London, Momo says: "That's a picture of a lady who goes to 2-40, the day center for people who are isolated or excluded. She's very committed to her art. I wanted to capture some of the contemplation and commitment in her art, despite of her age. She's a very good collage artist."
The Artist, West London, by Momo. December in 2020 MyLondon calendar. A member of 240 Project in west London, Momo says: "That's a picture of a lady who goes to 2-40, the day center for people who are isolated or excluded. She's very committed to her art. I wanted to capture some of the contemplation and commitment in her art, despite of her age. She's a very good collage artist."
Dirty Viv, Brixton, by Gerard Mitchell. Top 20 photo (not in 2020 calendar). “I’m performing poetry now and again in various venues around New Cross. However this was at a pub in Brixton” Gerard lives in a hostel run by SHP in southeast London.
Dirty Viv, Brixton, by Gerard Mitchell. Top 20 photo (not in 2020 calendar). “I’m performing poetry now and again in various venues around New Cross. However this was at a pub in Brixton” Gerard lives in a hostel run by SHP in southeast London.
London Pigeons, St Paul's, by Meya. Top 20 photo (not in 2020 calendar). “This photo was taken 10 minutes after we left the [camera handout] where they explained how it works and everything. We were just sitting there eating our sandwiches. As you sit there obviously pigeons come, which is such a London thing.” Meya and Keven attend an art group run by One Housing in Camden Town.
London Pigeons, St Paul's, by Meya. Top 20 photo (not in 2020 calendar). “This photo was taken 10 minutes after we left the [camera handout] where they explained how it works and everything. We were just sitting there eating our sandwiches. As you sit there obviously pigeons come, which is such a London thing.” Meya and Keven attend an art group run by One Housing in Camden Town.
Thames Cruise by Meya. Top 20 photo (not in 2020 calendar). “I was on the Millennium Bridge. It was crowded. Then I see this boat with all this space and just two people sitting there. It was a ‘quick shot moment thing’ because they disappeared under the bridge a second later.” Meya attends an art group run by One Housing in Camden Town.
Thames Cruise by Meya. Top 20 photo (not in 2020 calendar). “I was on the Millennium Bridge. It was crowded. Then I see this boat with all this space and just two people sitting there. It was a ‘quick shot moment thing’ because they disappeared under the bridge a second later.” Meya attends an art group run by One Housing in Camden Town.
Look, Crouch Hill, by Suban Osman. Top 20 photo (not in 2020 calendar). Suban took this shot of herself. She  attends an art group run by One  Housing in Camden Town. Subana attends an art group run by One Housing.
Look, Crouch Hill, by Suban Osman. Top 20 photo (not in 2020 calendar). Suban took this shot of herself. She attends an art group run by One Housing in Camden Town. Subana attends an art group run by One Housing.
Funride, Ealing Common, by Lui Saatchi. Top 20 photo (not in 2020 calendar). Lui wanted to take a picture of the funfair ride when went up, “so I stayed there a few minutes. When it went up I just lay on the ground because I couldn’t get all the image inside the frame so I was on the floor. People were looking at me trying to figure out what I was doing there!” Lui goes to the 240 Project art group.
Funride, Ealing Common, by Lui Saatchi. Top 20 photo (not in 2020 calendar). Lui wanted to take a picture of the funfair ride when went up, “so I stayed there a few minutes. When it went up I just lay on the ground because I couldn’t get all the image inside the frame so I was on the floor. People were looking at me trying to figure out what I was doing there!” Lui goes to the 240 Project art group.
Portrait, Camden Town, by Stephanie Griffith. Top 20 photo (not in 2020 calendar). This is a friend of Stephanie. She lives in Camden Town. Stephanie lives in supported housing in Camden Town run by One Housing.
Portrait, Camden Town, by Stephanie Griffith. Top 20 photo (not in 2020 calendar). This is a friend of Stephanie. She lives in Camden Town. Stephanie lives in supported housing in Camden Town run by One Housing.
Christchurch, Spitalfields, by McGinlay. Top 20 photo (not in 2020 calendar). McGinlay took this shot of Christ Church (built 1740) as a series of shots about places of worship. McGinlay has been a member of Crisis and volunteers for The Pavement magazine.
Christchurch, Spitalfields, by McGinlay. Top 20 photo (not in 2020 calendar). McGinlay took this shot of Christ Church (built 1740) as a series of shots about places of worship. McGinlay has been a member of Crisis and volunteers for The Pavement magazine.

Risks and challenges

This is the 7th annual MyLondon calendar we have produced, so we are experienced in the process of writing, editing and printing the calendar. However this year is a tough year for the UK. Because of the uncertainty of the Brexit trade negotiations with the EU, the economic climate is more uncertain than ever, and we don't take anything for granted.

We know we need it ready for a September launch. However, we need to reach our Kickstarter target to be able to confirm the final amount printed (7,000 calendars).

Something that is always a challenge is successfully selling all of the calendars printed in arts markets while providing work experience to people who have been or are homeless. This year we are focusing on giving the vendors more independence to work on their own, either in the market or on the street.

Vendors affected by homelessness who want to sell the calendar for themselves on the streets or to friends will still be able to do so through the vendors programme: buying the calendars for £5.50 each and selling them for £10.99 (i.e they earn 50% of the sale price).

Any additional calendar revenue made in the markets will go towards project expenses (the rest of the printing bill, food and transport costs for the vendors) and framing art by homeless people for cafes, which is Cafe Art's main focus.

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    2 MyLondon 12" x 8" photos

    Two photos from the 2019 MyLondon top 20 photos mailed to you! Choose from the 20 photos. Only 13 photos made it into the 2020 calendar, but you can choose from any of the top 20. The photographers will receive £8.50 from each sale, which is more than 50% of the profit. The profit we make will fund the Kickstarter - the printing of the 2020 calendar. You also will receive official MyLondon certificates of authenticity signed by the photographers, which includes their stories.

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    Five 2020 wall calendars

    Five 2020 MyLondon wall calendars posted to you! Save £10 compared to price we will charge after the Kickstarter! We don't wrap it in single-use plastic anymore, but the environmentally-friendly cardboard envelope will protect them.

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    Five 2020 desktop calendars

    Five 2020 MyLondon desktop calendars posted to you! Save £10 compared to price we will charge after the Kickstarter! We don't wrap it in single-use plastic anymore, but the environmentally-friendly cardboard envelope will protect them.

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    Four 2020 wall + one desktop calendars

    We know you are tempted to see the new desktop calendar! With this excellent package you can order four 2020 MyLondon wall calendars and one desktop calendar! These are only £9 each! (Save £10 compared to price we will charge after the Kickstarter) We don't wrap it in single-use plastic anymore, but the environmentally-friendly cardboard envelope will protect them.

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    Four 2020 desktop + one wall calendar

    With this excellent package you can order four 2020 MyLondon desktop calendars and one wall calendar! These are only £9 each! (Save £10 compared to price we will charge after the Kickstarter) We don't wrap it in single-use plastic anymore, but the environmentally-friendly cardboard envelope will protect them.

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    3 MyLondon 12" x 8" photos

    Three photos from the 2019 MyLondon top 20 photos mailed to you! Choose from the 20 photos. Only 13 photos made it into the 2020 calendar, but you can choose from any of the top 20. The photographers will receive £8.50 from each sale, which is more than 50% of the profit. The profit we make will fund the Kickstarter - the printing of the 2020 calendar. You also will receive official MyLondon certificates of authenticity signed by the photographers, which includes their stories.

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    Ten 2020 wall calendars

    Ten 2020 MyLondon wall calendars posted to you! Save £20 compared to price we will charge after the Kickstarter! We don't wrap it in single-use plastic anymore, but the environmentally-friendly cardboard box will protect them.

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    Ten 2020 desktop calendars

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    50 MyLondon calendars (wall or desktop)

    This special deal saves you £1.50 per calendar from the regular price! It also includes free shipping.

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    Key Community Builder (individual)

    Help us is a huge way. We will put your name in the calendar and send you 10 calendars and three photos of your choice.

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    Key Community Builder (Company)

    Help us is a huge way. We will put your logo in the calendar and send you 10 calendars and three photos of your choice.

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    TWO 2020 wall calendars SIGNED

    TWO limited edition 2020 MyLondon wall calendars, signed by all the photographers, posted to you! We don't wrap it in single-use plastic anymore, but the environmentally-friendly cardboard envelope will protect them.

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    Four 2020 wall calendar SIGNED

    Four limited edition 2020 MyLondon wall calendar, signed by all the photographers, posted to you! We don't wrap them in single-use plastic anymore, but the environmentally-friendly cardboard envelope will protect them.

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