A Yorkshire pub has made a cheeky calendar that ‘bares’ all in aid a bid to raise money for cancer support charity. The brave customers and staff have let it all hang out and throw caution to the wind in this 2022 calendar with a difference.
Move aside, Calendar Girls! There’s a new crowd in town. Doncaster Brewery and Tap, found in the centre of town on has released the first glimpse of the calendar, which will be sued to raise funds for cancer support charity Firefly.
Good-hearted participants stripped off for a good cause for a photoshoot inside the Young Street Bar in a Calendar Girls-style shoot using probs and other cleverly placed items to hide the private parts all in aid of charity. The calendars are priced at £12 each and all proceeds go to Firefly cancer charity.
Founded in 2006 the charity helps local people in need and aims to remove the stigma and embarrassment around personal cancer problems for young men and women. They aim to give people the confidence to communicate effectively with friends and family should they experience cancer.
Denise Dunn founded the charity after a personal experience with cancer. Run by her fiancé Chewy Bacchus and close family friend Paul Taylor after Dee passed away in 2014, they promise to keep Dee’s legacy alive.