Welcome to Shropshire and Beyond, a contemporary collection of UK stock images and fine art photography by father-and-son team Mike and John Hayward.
As our name suggests, we are based in the beautiful county of Shropshire but our ever-expanding library of photographs covers other parts of Britain as well.
All our images are for sale as photographic prints in a range of sizes, and are available in either matt or glossy format.
We also offer digital files for purchase and immediate download by editorial and commercial clients including advertising and design agencies, newspapers and magazines.
Shropshire and Beyond is affiliated to the Mike Hayward Collection of classic British motor sport images.
New range of Shrewsbury and Shropshire greetings cards launched
Stunning images by Shropshire and Beyond photographers Mike Hayward and John Hayward are featured in a new range of Shrewsbury and Shropshire greetings cards.
The cards are published by Shrewsbury-based Chris George Cards and are on sale at outlets throughout Shropshire.
Shrewsbury stockists include Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery, Write Here in High Street and Pengwern Books in Fish Street.
The cards are also available in the Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre in Craven Arms, Much Wenlock Museum and Wenlock Books in Much Wenlock, and Blue in Shifnal.
In addition they can be purchased via www.chrisgeorgecards.com and are available wholesale to shops.
Mike Hayward said: "We are delighted to be working in partnership with Chris George Cards.
"The company is well-known throughout Shrewsbury and Shropshire for its witty political postcards and gifts as well as for its top-quality greetings cards and postcards.
"We look forward to a long and fruitful partnership with Chris and her daughter, Kasia, and are working on extending the range of images currently available."
Chris George said: "Shropshire is a fantastic place to live and work, and this new range of cards reflects all the wonderful views and locations that are on our own doorstep."
The company has recently brought out a range of postcards and fridge magnets, also featuring images from Shropshire and Beyond.