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Exclusive Connections bares all for charity calendar

Staff at packaging network Exclusive Connections have bared all for a 2005 calendar.

The calendars are being sold for 3 with all proceeds going to the British Institute for Brain Injured Children.

Craig Easeman, head of sales & marketing, says: “The idea of having our own ‘Calendar Girls’ shoot was first raised at an internal meeting.

“I thought it would difficult to obtain volunteers, but 13 people put themselves forward.”

Peter Simon, fundraising manager for BIBIC, says: “The money raised will help provide therapy for children with celebral palsy, autism, Down’s syndrome, ADHD and dyslexia, or who have received a brain injury in an accident or acquired it from something like meningitis or a stroke.

“We are grateful to everyone at Exclusive Connections not only for their generosity but also for their bravery.”

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