People across Surrey and the South East are being urged to bare it all by signing up for a naked night walk to help raise money for our life saving research.
Dare to bare all
The BHF Naked Heart Walk will grace Painshill Park in Cobham on Saturday 20th June 2020, and will raise vital cash towards research into heart and circulatory diseases.
Hannah Miller, our Fundraising Manager, said: “We’re urging people to be fearless in baring it all to help beat heartbreak forever. Whether it’s in memory of a loved one or in support of someone facing heart disease – the money you raise will save and improve lives.
“In Surrey alone, there are 117,000 people living with heart and circulatory diseases, with over 2,500 people losing their lives to these conditions each year.
“Every step you take will help bring us closer to the day when families aren’t torn apart by conditions like stroke, vascular dementia and coronary heart disease.”
“People are really positive about what we do and say ‘go for it girls”
For the third year in a row, women living in a small Devon village have been getting up to their usual antics of shedding their clothes.
They have bared all in the snow and peoples’ homes, and now The Whimple Wonders have chosen a thankfully not overlooked village garden to pose for their latest charity Christmas cards and wrapping paper.
The first year The Whimple Wonders formed they did a Christmas Calendar. Last year, when the snow hit in March 2018, it inspired them to make Christmas cards instead.
This year’s photo shoot was far less chilly, but equally as memorable for the brave ladies who took part whose ages ranged from 23 to 73 years old.
Among them was 62-year-old Julia Green who has been involved since the start, and last year was joined by her goddaughter who was then aged 19.
She said: “It’s a solidarity thing and we’re like role models who can set an example.
“I am confident in my own skin and I think it gives out a huge message in this day and age with image issues, particularly for young people.
A group of veterinary students have truly gone back to nature in a daring shoot that saw them strip off for a charity calendar.
The students who are all studying at The Royal Dick School of Veterinary Studies bared all in a recent shoot that saw them pose alongside the animals they care for.
The calendar released in time for the New Year is titled When Vets Undress and sees the students conceal their modesty by hiding behind alpacas and covering themselves with adorable puppies.
The photos were taken in some of Scotland’s most scenic locations with the brave vets facing the bitter winds of the highlands in order to capture the perfect photo. Continued…Read full original article…