A calender featuring pictures from Central Bedfordshire has been created to raise money and awareness of dementia.
The council’s communications team chose 12 pictures taken by residents.
The calender is being sold to raise funds for the council chairman’s chosen charity, the Alzheimer’s Society.
The team searched through Facebook, Flickr, Instagram and Pinterest to find the photographs.
They cover all parts of Central Bedfordshire, including Dunstable, Woburn, Biggleswade, Silsoe and Flitwick.
Councillor Maudlin, council chairman, said: “Thank you so much to all our residents who allowed us to use their photographs.
“Every penny of profit raised through this calendar will go to the Alzheimer’s Society which does a tremendous job in leading the fight against dementia.
“The calendar will make a great Christmas gift as well as supporting the many families who are affected by Alzheimer’s, and I would like to urge our residents to get a copy.”
It will be on sale at the 12 libraries in the area from December 1, and will cost £5.
For more information about Alzheimer’s Society and the work they do, visit: www.alzheimers.org.uk