PJ.elements Sale! 20% off all commissioned work in June*

Walking down the High Street the other day I saw every other shop had a sale or promotion on. I thought if retailers can do it then so can I!

So for the month of June I am offering 20% off both my half day and full day rate*. This offer applies to my existing clients and new prospective customers alike.

Examples of my work include scoping funds for protects and charities, project development, grant applications, crowdfunding strategies and fundraising campaigns along with environmental and community photography.

To discuss a project or an idea you might have in mind and to get a quote please contact me.

Email: Pete.johnstone@pjelements.co.uk

Tel: 07842 572632

NB. Prospective new customers please note that I normally ask for a written brief or outline of what you require before I can quote for the work.

* Discount does not apply to travel costs, subsistence or other similar expenses. 20% discount only applies to work commissioned in June 2015.

Payment terms are 14 days on receipt of invoice.

East of England Biodiversity Forum

The East of England Biodiversity Forum held an enjoyable and informative funding event  at Swavesey Village College, near Cambridge.

The focus of the day, chaired by Steve Scott of the Forestry Commission was funding for biodiversity.  Presentations on heritage funding, landscape partnership schemes and Leader funding came from Stuart Hobley, Heritage Lottery Fund, Mark Nokkert, Ouse Washes Landscape Partnership Scheme and Catherine Weightman, from Natural England.

The tour of  the RSPB Fen Drayton Lakes reserve led by  Chris Hudson. Chris outlined the benefits of organisations being involved in the Ouse Washes Landscape Partnership and the potential of engaging with a greater range of people living and working near the reserve.

Photo:  Fen Drayton Lakes © Pete Johnstone

3rd March 2015

 

2020VISION New Beginning Symphony

2020VISION’s aim has always been to convey the value of restoring our fragmented natural habitats and show that healthy ecosystems are not just for wildlife, but are fundamental to us all.

The New Beginning Symphony which has previously only been shown as part of the 2020VISION Roadshow is now available on Vimeo to the general public.

Set against a beautifully composed symphony by Thao Nguyen, New Beginning was produced in partnership with the National Youth Orchestra of Wales and the Music Director, Martyn Ford. To me  the the symphony and accompanying video is an inspiring and emotional call to action, making the case for repairing, reconnecting and restoring Britain’s nature. Play it loud and enjoy!

The 15 minute New Beginning video can be viewed here 

The symphony is available for public screening for a small licence fee. If you are interested in showing the video at your event please contact 2020VISION Coordinator Pete Cairns;peter@2020v.org Please mention PJ.elements in your request.

More info on 2020VISION 

Photo credit; David Tipling, 2020VISION