return of the WWOOF UK calendar

Aug 26, 2017

We are pleased to announce that the WWOOF UK calendar is back for 2018 and will be bigger and better in a much requested A3 format. We have twelve full colour photos of members and their projects for you to gaze at the whole year through, along with some of our favourite feedback to inspire you.


It will make the perfect ‘thank you’ gift for a WWOOFer or host; or might be the nudge someone needs to join us – especially if you buy it as part of a gift membership!

The calendar will be on sale at our Members Gathering on Saturday 23rd September at the special price of £6.00 each.

From Tuesday 26th September you will be able to buy calendars via our website either as part of a gift membership, when each calendar will cost £7.00, including postage, in addition to the cost of membership, or on their own at £7.50 each. We can only post them to the UK.

So, plan ahead and your festive gift problems could be sorted!

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