Cheeky chaps' charity card

FOUR Somerset men from different walks of life have pledged to drop their pants in aid of charity. The group of 'mystery' men, who live in or near Mark and wish to remain anonymous, have bared their bottoms for a photo shoot, which took place at Sanders G

FOUR Somerset men from different walks of life have pledged to drop their pants in aid of charity.The group of 'mystery' men, who live in or near Mark and wish to remain anonymous, have bared their bottoms for a photo shoot, which took place at Sanders GardenWorld in Brent Knoll to create a charity Christmas card.Louise Allen, who runs The Frock Shop in Brent Knoll and Justine Brown, who runs JSB Hairdressers in Burnham, brought the men together to create the festive card to help raise funds for Secret World wildlife rescue centre in East Huntspill.Louise said: "We are really grateful to the staff at Sanders GardenWorld for letting us use their Christmas displays as a backdrop for the shots. "The cheeky chaps on the card all wish to remain anonymous so we are hoping lots of people will buy the cards to see if they can work out whether their doctor, solicitor or painter and decorator might be among the mystery bottoms."Louise and Justine designed similar cards last Christmas and donated the money to Help the Child. They raised about £2,000 for the children's charity so decided to do the same this year and donate the funds to Secret World.The festive cards will be launched at a charity fashion, hair and beauty show being organised by Louise and Justine at The Webbington Hotel in Loxton on November 27. The cards, priced £1.50 each or 10 for £10, will also be on sale at Sanders GardenWorld, The Frock Shop, JSB Hairdressers and Secret World during the run up to Christmas. For further details about the charity Christmas cards or fashion show call Louise Allen on 07921 220343.


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