A group of Glasgow men have taken the 2003 movie Calendar Girls to a whole new level for their latest fundraising campaign. 

Attendees of Men's Shed Govan posed with no clothes on and carefully placed items to raise funds for the shed in a fun and quirky way. 

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The charity, which was set up in 2017 to enable men who are retired, unemployed or unfit for work to have a focus and purpose again, will use the calendar money to fund the shed's running cost and activities - like Tai chi - which the whole community can take part in. 

Glasgow Times:

Sarah Everett, funding manager of Men’s Shed Govan, said: "If anyone's seen the movie Calendar Girls, they will know that this idea is very much based on that. 

"I went to see the Calendar Girls play in the theatre and thought it would be a good idea for a fundraiser.

"The guys at the shed thought it was a great idea. Some of them took a fair bit of persuading but once David Marks, who is 89 went, everyone else followed on after him. I think they thought if he could do it, then I can.

"Just like the film, the guys set themselves up in the scene they wanted to appear in. They would then shout they were ready and I'd come in and take the photo, so I didn't see anything I shouldn't see."

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The guys at the shed got to work on the calendar back in February, and have been left 'delighted' with the final product. 

A number of copies have already been sold, despite only being released earlier this month.

Sarah said: "The guys are delighted with the calendars, they're really pleased. 

"It was really special for them to be able to do this and just raise money for a good cause. 

"They are always on board with thinking of new ways to raise funds and I'm so proud of them.

"They had a great laugh putting it together, deciding what their scenes were going to be, what month they were going to take, and making up the funny phrases to go with the photos."

Sarah also wanted to thank Owl Design for printing the calendars for the charity.

Glasgow Times:

The calendars are available to purchase online HERE or at Men's Shed Christmas fair on December 2. 

The Christmas fair will take place from 1pm to 4pm at 31 Arngask Road in the Southside. 

Calendars cost £10 to purchase. 

To find out more about Men's Shed Govan, click HERE