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Countryside Alliance launches Christmas card range

The Countryside Alliance has launched its 2011 Christmas card range; a selection of eight different sporting designs by celebrated artists from across the country.

Full Cry By Frederick Haycock; Hopeful Halifax By Sam Sopwith; Pheasants in Winter By Berrisford Hill; Stag By Imogen Man; Pawprints in the Snow By Peter Munro and Fortified Fox, By Jonathan Walker are available now at https://www.countryside-alliance.org.uk/ca/christmas-cards.php

We also have a foxhound note card twin pack, the 2012 wall calendar and our popular ‘Love the Countryside’ Mugs and tea-towels which make perfect stocking fillers for all Countryside Alliance supporters.

Countryside Alliance Chief Executive Alice Barnard commented: “With thoughts now turning to Christmas, it is a great time to order this year’s cards and we are confident that everyone who loves the countryside will love this selection. Buying your Christmas cards from the Countryside Alliance will benefit our vital work whilst ensuring that everyone on your Christmas card list can enjoy some beautiful sporting art.”


Notes to Editors

All cards are sold in packs of 10, with envelopes. The inside of the greetings card reads “With best wishes for Christmas and the New Year”, with the exception of the foxhound note card which is left blank.
For general Christmas card enquiries and oversees orders please call 0845 450 2234
For personalised overprinting enquiries please call 020 7840 9298
With Overprinting, there is a minimum purchase of 10 packs (of the same design)
J-pegs of Full Cry and Pheasants in Winter are enclosed. J-pegs of other designs are available.
Cards can be bought online https://www.countryside-alliance.org.uk/ca/christmas-cards.php

For more information or to arrange interviews please call the Countryside Alliance press office on 0207 840 9220 or 07775 938792

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