Your help with the cost of printing and sharing.

Hannah Directory doesn't, and never will, apply for public funding so we rely on the support of people living and working in places in England's north, and beyond, each year.

There are limited edition prints and artworks for sale to help with costs, and all of the money raised goes into the directory: the time and energy for coordination, design, promotion and sharing are all contributed without payment.

You can also donate any amount to the directory, and everyone who contributes more than £10 through a sale or donation will be credited on the "Thank You" page of the next edition.


An original letterpress print, designed and printed by the Print Project in Shipley.

These are the last few left over from the Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign in 2013, the first year of Hannah Directory, and no more will be printed.

In 2017 the directory reaches its fifth edition. If it gets to ten, or even twenty, then as well as a great print, you might also have a historic document.

It's vivid, A3-size, and printed on lovely heavy paper given by G.F Smith papers in Hull, who have been great friends and supporters of Hannah Directory from the start.

As well as your print, your name will be included in the "Thank you" page of the next directory.

Your contribution goes into the account of a community interest company with five years of accounts at Companies House run by Andrew Wilson, the co-ordinator of the directory. This is the same method as the Kickstarter in 2013 and the sponsored marathon in 2016.


Three hand-drawn and photocopy collages, made specifically to be sold to support Hannah Directory by Newcastle artist Jessica Dolby.

The drawings are based on the GPS trails of training runs for the 2016 fundraising marathon, and the title of each piece is the data about the run.

As well as your print, your name will be included in the "Thank you" page of the next directory.

Drawing 1 or 2?

Your contribution goes into the account of a community interest company with five years of accounts at Companies House run by Andrew Wilson, the co-ordinator of the directory. This is the same method as the Kickstarter in 2013 and the sponsored marathon in 2016.