Sporting men and women at Cambridge University have stripped down to bare all for a naked calendar to help raise money for charity.
An event raising money for childhood cancer has broken an official Guinness World Record for the “most photos of people in water uploaded to Facebook in one hour”, as part of a fundraising ‘Strip and Dip’ drive.
It is the second world record for Strip and Dip, which has to date raised €780,000 for childhood cancer, and purchased a house for the children’s cancer charity Aoibheann’s Pink Tie.
In 2018, it broke the record for the World’s Largest Skinny Dip, with 2,505 women in attendance.
The annual Winter Solstice Nude Charity Swim will be swum this year on 21 June as planned, but founder Ian Lindeman was worried it wouldn’t – and that was before COVID-19, an event he didn’t live to see.
Chairperson of the now-named Ian Lindeman Memorial Nude Charity Swim, Ben Johnston, spoke to Ian a week before his death in November last year and assured him it would most definitely still go ahead.
More than 170 people took part in the swim last year and expectations were that the numbers would double this year. That won’t happen.
The event will raise money for a good cause
People across the country are being encouraged to strip naked on Saturday for the Great British Take Off 2020.
It comes amid reports that people stuck at home in lock-down are often deciding to wear few – or no – clothes and British Naturism reporting a 100 per cent increase in membership.
And the event will raise money for a good cause.
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