Amazing images by Harborough photographer feature in his 2021 Wildlife Calendar

The calendar will raise money for the Matt Hampson Foundation

By Red Williams
Tuesday, 25th August 2020, 4:49 pm
Updated Tuesday, 25th August 2020, 4:50 pm
An image from Peter Crowe's 2021 Wildlife Calendar.
An image from Peter Crowe's 2021 Wildlife Calendar.

A leading Market Harborough Great Outdoors photographer is launching his 2021 Wildlife Calendar to back the Matt Hampson Foundation.

Peter Crowe raised over £500 for the heroic paralysed rugby star’s charity when he produced a calendar for the first time last year.

His new eye-catching calendar will again sell for £10 with the option to include an extra £2 for postage.

An image from Peter Crowe's 2021 Wildlife Calendar.

Peter said: “In spite of the lockdown I have managed to get out and take some excellent wildlife shots during the year.

“The calendar includes a good selection – including the peregrine falcon which made its home on the spire of Market Harborough Parish Church.”

He added: “It’s not going to be as easy making sales this year as we won’t get to see many of the people in person who supported me last year.

“However, I am hoping that we can do as well as, if not better than, we did last year.”

If you are interested in snapping up a copy of the wildlife calendar you can contact Peter on 07967 504034 or at [email protected]

You will also find more information on Peter’s Facebook page and Instagram.

Matt Hampson’s nationally-renowned foundation is based at Burrough on the Hill, near Melton Mowbray.

The brilliant young Leicester Tigers prop was just 20 when he suffered devastating injuries in a freak accident in an England Under-21 training session in 2005.

Matt, who had a fantastic rugby union career in front of him, was paralysed from the neck down and could only breathe via a ventilator.

But the inspirational star bounced back from the tragedy to set up his foundation to support others who have also been catastrophically injured playing sport.