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'Britain's dullest man' creates brand new calendar for 2023

'Britain's dullest man' creates brand new calendar for 2023

The 70-year-old has put together a collection of photos to create a contender for most boring calendar of 2023

'Britain's dullest man' has put together a remarkably drab calendar for 2023. And if that description hasn't sold it to you, allow him to have a bash here:

Kevin Beresford, from Redditch, Worcestershire, has previously flogged mundane calendars featuring roundabouts, benches and postboxes, and this time around the theme is car parks - which makes sense, given he is the president of the Car Park Appreciation Society.

To put the calendar together, the 70-year-old spent several months travelling the length of the entire country reviewing the parking offerings from Land's End to John o' Groats.

He then compiled his 12 favourites into a contender for the most boring calendar of 2023 - devoted entirely to the best car parks in Britain.

Kev ain't bothered if people think it's tedious though; in fact, he thinks being dull is 'sexy' and he's compared his work to that of Andy Warhol and Van Gogh.

Kev knows who he is and that's just fine.

He said: "I focus on slices of English life that nobody else does.

"I suppose like artists such as Andy Warhol and Van Gogh I focus on the mundane.

"I don't create your normal conventional calendars; I make the ones nobody else is selling.

"I think that is another reason people buy my calendars because they are unique.

"I've been called the dullest man in Britain but, I am proud about this title. It’s sexy being dull."

At this point, you're probably dying to know which car park Kev reckons represents the best of Britain.

Well, it is of course the Trinity Street car park in Birmingham's creative quarter Digbeth, which boasts a cocktail bar along one of its sides, has walls made from crushed cars and is adorned with street art.

Also among his top picks is the striking art deco Brewer Street car park in London's Soho, which costs £47.80 to park for four hours.

Elsewhere, Britain's 'most haunted' car park in Culloden, Scotland - where hundreds of people were killed in 1746 during the last major battle on British soil - is also featured.

The unique Rupert Street car park in Bristol is pictured in February where motorists are forced to park on a steep incline.

Others featured include Edinburgh Airport which showcases 'helter skelter' ramps, and possibly the nation's cheapest car park in Milton Keynes, which costs just 15p an hour.

It's THE essential calendar for 2023.

When judging what makes a good car park, Kevin takes into consideration factors including lighting, price and aesthetics of the spaces.

Kevin explained: "I think first and foremost if I had to design a car park myself it would have to be brightly lit.

"That is so important and something that is often overlooked. A dark car park is scary especially at night.

"Also a lot of the car parks were designed years ago for small cars. Now you have big 4x4s, so a lot of the small parking spaces are not adequate really anymore.

"It's also got to be reasonably priced to entice people into an area.

"But for me as well, it’s the aesthetic of the car park and that is what drew me to the Trinity Street one in Birmingham, which is just amazing."

You can buy his boring calendar here.

Featured Image Credit: Redditch Standard/YouTube

Topics: UK News, Weird