Epson are the very generous sponsors of this years UK Astronomy photo competition. Epson are providing the winners with a calendar, all winners and runners up with their printed image and are printing all the images for the exhibition. A BIG Thank you to Dominic Gurney for arranging all of this.
Astrogloves are a local family run company who have very kindly supported UK Astronomy in the past with FREE Astrogloves to give away as competition prizes.
Richard J Bartlett is our friend from across the pond :) Richard has been a strong supporter of UK Astronomy offering us FREE copies of his books to take to our events, purchasing us a telescope for use at our events and offering our members FREE downloads of his kindle editions.
UK Astronomy can be heard on The Garbage Pod Nominal,
where we bring you a monthly guide of whats happening in the sky with the TGP guys, Mark Taylor also known as the rocket man is your host.
Derek Pelling is a photographer with over nineteen years experience, 16 in the field of local press coverage, and the last two as a freelance. He has photographed everything from Royal visits and weddings to pets and village fetes.
Derek kindly supports UK Astronomy and comes to a number of our events to help capture the moments for the community and to help the charity ptomote the work that we do.
Derek is based in Winslow, Buckinghamshire. For more details please visit his website at: http://derekpellingphotography.co.uk/
Fresh Design and Print are very generous sponsors of UK Astronomy marketing material providing free car stickers, kids worksheets and logo design.
For more details please visit their website: http://www.freshdps.co.uk
Fatima King, the community champion from Tesco Tring Road is a huge supporter of UK Astronomy. Tesco's in Aylesbury have provided the funding via their bags for life scheme for a 16" scope for our mobile observatory. For more details of the fantastic community support provided by tesco please follow their facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/tescoaylesbury2/
Foyles gave UK Astronomy a grant of £2000 helping us achieve our goal of creating a mobile observatory so that we can get out and teach more people about the skies above them.