Dear customer. I think an update about my 2022 Wee Calendars is probably overdue.
The Covid pandemic has hit my business very hard. However, I am producing the full range of Wee Calendars for this year, although I have only printed half of my normal print run.
This will mean that the calendars will be thin on the ground in retail outlets, at least for this year. I will have the full range available in plenty to buy here on my website.
I had hoped to have them available to buy by late June. Unfortunately this slipped to late July and has now had to shifted to late August. I am afraid this is a result of the chaos in the international shipping system - something over which I have no control.
I’d like to say thank you to all who purchased my Wee Calendars last year, with a special thank you to those who purchased online. Without those direct sales The Wee Calendar Company would not have survived.
I hope you’ll consider buying from our website again this year.
Thank you, Hugh Webster.
2021 marks the fifteenth anniversary of The Wee Calendar Company.
We started with just one calendar back in 2006 and in 2021 we'll be publishing thirty-two.
The calendars cover most areas of Scotland and three areas in Northern England.
The calendars are very popular with locals and tourists alike.
Our loyal customers return year after year for their Wee Calendars which, being small but sturdy, are sent all over the world.
Their neat and tidy dimensions make them ideal gifts for those who love the landscapes
of Scotland and of Northern England.
They make the ideal memento of a special holiday, or as a reminder of home for family
and friends who may be far away.
Our calendars are also available from retailers throughout Scotland and Northern England.
Small is beautiful.
Measuring approximately 10cm square, our Wee calendars are just the right size to be held in the hand. Many of our customers sit one on their desk, by their computer or by the telephone.
They are small enough to be popped into a briefcase or handbag and can be easily and
cheaply posted due to their convenient dimension.
They are made from a high-quality card, and the back, which also doubles as the stand, is
stiff and strong - very different from the thin card normally used for desk calendars.