30 years of the BBC Countryfile Calendar
From tiny autumn voles to wide open landscapes, here's our pick of the winning shots from the BBC Countryfile Calendar across the past 30 years
In the past 30 years, the Countryfile Calendar competition has become one of the biggest photography competitions in the UK. From tiny voles to wide open landscapes, your amazing pictures have raised record amounts for charity through the calendar itself: with the 2021 issue bringing in more than £3million for BBC Children in Need.
Here, we take a look back at some of our most memorable overall winners and judges' favourites from the past three decades.
Frozen Lake, 2003
'Winter Sundown', 2004
'Sheep in Spring', 2007
'Spring Lamb', 2008
'In-flight meal', 2009
'Rainbow's End', 2013
'On the move', 2013
'Coastline Canter', 2016
'Berry Brunch', 2017
'First Flight', 2018
'Winter Wanderers', 2018
'Pole Position', 2019
'Among the Purple Heather', 2021
Tanya Jackson is the acting group digital editor of countryfile.com and discoverwildlife.com. She loves campfire cooking, swimming in the sea, trail running, rural folklore, barn owls and red kites, hiking with the kids and looking for signs of ancient settlements in the Wiltshire hills where she lives. Tanya also has a passion for English food and drink, and loves uncovering the stories of the land as told through local produce.