A group of primary school mums have done a 'Calendar Girls' and stripped off for charity.
Daring mothers from Nethersole Primary School in Warwickshire got naked to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support in honour of their friend who passed away in September.
Sarah Dawes was looked after by the charity in her final days before she lost her battle with cancer, just two weeks after her wedding to husband Mark. She left behind a son, Tristan, who is a pupil at the school.
One of the brave participants in the naked shoot, Lisa Ward, admitted she was moved to take part after seeing motherless Tristan.
She told her local paper: "To see that little boy at the school gates and to know his mummy will not be there when he goes home is what inspired us to do this."
But she added: "While there's a very serious side to it, posing for the calendar was fun," she added. "I'd say the pictures are cheeky and suggestive, yet tasteful."
The calendar features eight mums from the school and has already sold 700 of the 2000 copies that were originally printed.
To find out more visit Justgiving.com/mumalicious4macmillan.
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