Brave ladies undress for See The Future calendar

PUBLISHED: 07:00 03 November 2018 | UPDATED: 10:51 05 November 2018

Leanne Herrett of local charity See The Future with her Calendar Girls Calendar. Ref edr 41 18TI 2238. Picture: Terry Ife

Leanne Herrett of local charity See The Future with her Calendar Girls Calendar. Ref edr 41 18TI 2238. Picture: Terry Ife

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A group of brave women have got behind the Honiton-based charity See The Future and a range of props to raise money.

The group undressed for a calendar to try to raise funds for the charity that promotes good eye care.

Mandy Kemp, who was involved in the project, said: “Inspired by The Calendar Girls, we have produced a See The “Naked” Future calendar for 2019.

“Several ladies of all ages, shapes and sizes got their kit off for a photo shoot in each of the business premises.”

The project had the backing of 12 businesses. These were Stitched Up, Peter Betteridge (The Bed Expert), Complete Meats, Harts of Honiton, Body Therapy, Lingerie Shop, The Honiton Wine Bar, The Happy Humbug, Red Homes Estate Agents, Deer Park Country House, George’s Magic and Holy Trinity.

See the Future was set up by Leanne Herrett to fund research to help treat sight-threatening diseases and to promote the importance of having a regular eye test.

The calendar is on sale at a cost of £5, at these outlets - Body Therapy, The Honiton Wine Bar, Beauty By Bev, Complete Meats or Stitched Up, or visit www.seethefuture.co.uk

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