My Photograph Of Crocus Used For Ample Bosom Catalogue

I am delighted that a photograph that I took of one of the crocus flowers from my garden has been used for the front cover of the Ample Bosom Spring Catalogue.

Crocus

Crocus

I was thrilled when my colleague Judith suggested to Sally, that my crocus photo might look good on the cover of the Spring catalogue.

Ample Bosom Spring Catalogue 2009 With Farming Friends Crocus Photograph On Cover

Ample Bosom Spring Catalogue 2009 With Farming Friends Crocus Photograph On Cover

I work part-time for Ample Bosom, an online and mail order lingerie, swimwear and nightwear company with a large range of sizes and styles from leading brands. If you are looking for beautiful, comfortable and well made lingerie, swimwear and nightwear, then Ample Bosom is the place to look.

If you are not already on their mailing list then request an Ample Bosom catalogue today. When you get your catalogue you may notice that the writer of the catalogue has attributed the photograph to Judith, which doesn’t matter, but I can assure you that I took the photograph back in January 2004.

Ample Bosom was founded by Sally Robinson, nearly ten years ago. Sally is a farmer’s wife who lives on a beautiful farm in the heart of North Yorkshire. Ample Bosom is run from the farm and the offices were barns on the farm that have been converted.

I know that Sally would like to feature a picture of the white horse at Kilburn on the cover of one of the Ample Bosom catalogues, so if you have a photograph of the white horse or any nature, farming or North Yorkshire scenery photographs that you would like Ample Bosom to feature on the cover of one of their catalogues, then please leave a comment and I’ll send you an email so that you can send in your photograph for Sally to have a look at.

Farm Crisis Network Silent Auction

The Farm Crisis Network will be launching a silent auction in Yorkshire at the Countryside Live Show on Saturday 25th October in order to raise funds to continue their work in supporting the farming community.

Helen Benson, FCN’s Yorkshire Coordinator said, ” We have been overwhelmed by the generosity of our donors and hope the public as well as the farming community will support this venture. We need our farmers to continue producing British Food – please help us keep them farming and taking care of the countryside we are so proud of in Yorkshire.”

By placing a bid you could win one of the fantastic lots which include a stay in a holiday cottage, a year’s supply of knickers for him and her from Ample Bosom, an afternoons sheepdog training with Katy Cropper and sporting activities as well as provisions and practical lots including quad bike services.

Helen Benson, FCN’s Yorkshire Coordinator said: “Please support this work by putting in a bid – it could be a Christmas present, a surprise for someone close to you or a treat for yourself – have a go!”

Brochures will be available at Countryside Live, at various retail outlets, by post or e mail
Contact Helen on 01677 470180 or 07749 896060 or by email: helenmjbenson@hotmail.com.
Bids close on 10th December 2008.