He remained a popular music, film, and television personality in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Northern Europe and Asia and received dozens awards for his activity, including from the Queen of England. In 1980 he received The Lifetime Achievement Diamond Award and in 2005 he received a star on the pavement on the Avenue of Stars in London. His fans worldwide know another passion of Sir Cliff too: he likes to make calendars with his images.
Cliff Richard calendar – 2018
He did this yearly for 39 years and had sold more than 1.5 million calendars over four decades. His calendars has consistently sailed into the top 10 bestsellers list. 2018 is going to be an exciting year for Sir Cliff. On October 14, his 77th birthday, he will announce plans to mark his 60 years in showbusiness since his 1958 debut hit, Move It. This is the 39th year the star has released a calendar. The cover photo shows Sir Cliff, in crisp white shirt, toasting his fans with a tropical drink as he sits in a wicker chair. The pictures had been taken on Barbados, where he moved since 2010 and has a £6million home. Sir Cliff’s official 2018 Calendar is on sale in Calendar Club, WHSmith and all good retailers now or buy online at www.danilo.com.