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Boston Wickes staff pose for Bloodwise charity calendar

Wickes Letchworth 1 725 x 500

Staff at a Lincolnshire DIY store have almost bared all in a racy calendar to raise money for charity.

Rita Peak, 52, Shelley Grogan, 35, Kirsty Chapman, 32, Zee Kulikowska, 29, Gemma Elleray, 22, swapped their Wickes uniform for something slightly more revealing to raise money for the company's national chosen charity Bloodwise.

The calendar shows the Boston Wickes' staff in as little as their underwear.

Spokesman Shelley Grogan said: "A couple of years ago we produced a ladies' charity calendar which was featured in the Target.

"The calendar was incredibly successful and we raised more than £500. We actually could have sold more.

"We have produced another this year and have had double the copies made in hope to beat previous year's total.

"We have also had several customers come in and request we do another calendar so myself and Rita arranged for the shoot to take place and Charlotte Maddison, a local Photographer, donated her time."

Bloodwise is the UK's biggest blood cancer charity and they want to change that.

Its aim is to beat blood cancer and stop people dying from blood cancer, they make patients' lives better and they stop people getting blood cancer in the first place.

The calendar can be purchased from the Wickes store in Boston.

Source : Boston Target

15 January 2016

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