TOPLESS Salisbury footballers, along with TV gardener Charlie Dimmock were among guests at the City Belles naked calendar launch on Thursday evening.
Six women supporters of Salisbury City Football Club bared all – tastefully - to produce the calendar to raise money for the Salisbury District Hospital’s Stars Appeal Pembroke Unit Fund and the club.
The calendar features pictures of the women taken in different places at the Raymond McEnhill stadium including the changing room, the treatment room and the boot room.
Suzie Iles, who came up with the idea for the calendar with friend Beth Doyle, said: “I was diagnosed with breast cancer in February and, as a football-mad female, thought I and some like-minded Whites fans should do our bit and raise some money for these great causes.”
The women got together with Whites supporters Lynn Robinson, Michaela Menzel, Bev Ellis and Sue Overy to create the calendar and it was launched at the stadium with representatives from the Stars Appeal and staff from Salisbury District Hospital.
Mrs Iles, 41, said: “It has been absolutely brilliant, a really good experience. It has distracted me and given me something else to think about other than being off work and being poorly. It has given me something positive to focus on.”
The calendar is available from the football club shop, John Eadies sports shop, Cross Keys Restaurant, or online at www.salisburycitysupporters.co.uk/citybelles.