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Make a date for next year!! Now in stock at Williams of Audlem-2020 calendars! Including;

Local regionals (plus Lake District & North Wales), horses, farm animals, birds, cats and numerous dog breeds, wildlife & florals, landscapes & humorous, not to mention our many charity calendars (RSPB, RSPCA, RNLI, Help For Heros, National Trust and more),......plus the ever popular names of Emma Bridgewater, Caroline Gardner, Beryl Cook, Sarah Raven, Simon Drew,and many more household favourites!.......

And we thought we'd share one of our more er, well,....unusual 2020 calendars we have this year at Williams of Audlem! Just about everyone has someone that is difficult to buy for! So are you all sitting comfortably, here it is- the 2020 "Toilet" calendar!

See the New Year in early, at Williams of Audlem!

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