Here come the boys.
The ladies have done a charity calendar, and now it is the boys turn.
Men have been stripping off to form Ampthill Calendar Boys charity calendar, which is set to appear on shelves throughout the town on Monday.
The calendar will be raising money Everyman, a charity that supports men with testicular and prostate cancer.
One of the organisers Chris Hayes said: “It all started as a discussion in the pub one night, we were talking about how well the girls did with theirs and somebody said we should do it. Everyman is such a good charity, cancer doesn’t discriminate on the grounds of looks or age, it can affect anyone.”
Darren Johnson, who runs the salon dr. barbers, was diagnosed with testicular cancer around a year ago, and has taken part in the calendar.
He said: “My diagnosis came completely out of the blue, luckily I had an operation and it was all removed. So I jumped at the chance of doing this.”
The calendar is selling for £10 at various outlets.