The residents of a village have come together to create a charity calendar – completely naked.
Almost every business in Iwade, in Kent, signed up to strip off to be photographed at work.
Villagers who took part include a gardener, dog groomer, personal trainer, and some mechanics.
The money raised by the Iwade Naked Calendar 2019 will go to Demelza Hospice Care for Children and Swale Cats Protection, so the residents have done some good as well as having fun.
Any additional money raised will go towards a new toilet block at the local church.
The idea for the calendar cam from beautician Laura Cheeseman, who said: ‘I just wanted to do something that would make people happy and would be a bit of fun. It’s been so nice because people have really come together.
‘It’s brought the village to life. Everyone has had a right laugh doing it and it’s just made the village a happy place.’
The experience of posing naked was… interesting.
‘It’s been absolutely freezing,’ said Laura.
Thankfully all the people involved overcame the chill and their nerves to sling off their dressing gowns and pose.
Laura posed with her horse, Dude, in a field, while Gary, a mechanic, got naked with his tools.
Laura managed to bring the calendar together in the space of two weeks, so everyone’s very impressed.
‘Everyone kept saying I wouldn’t be able to turn it around before Christmas, so that was my aim,’ she said.
‘I feel like I’m in a bit of a dream world at the moment, but I’m so pleased and so excited for everyone to see the calendars now.
‘If it does really well I’ll definitely do a bigger one next year and, hopefully, make it an annual thing.’
One hundred calendars will be printed at first, with the hope of raising £1,200 for charity. They’ll be available to buy at the businesses who took part from Monday, for £12 each.