Charity Totals

Together we’ve raised thousands of pounds for local and international charities including:

 Pauls Place:  £379

EHE Rare Cancer Charity:  £141

Nepal Thalassemia Clinic (from Tracey’s company): £1500

Nepal Thalassemia Clinic (Collection):  100 watches, toys and supplies 

Nepal Thalassemia Clinic (Tropical Party):  £1200

Nepal Thalassemia Clinic (outdoor Zumbathon):  £3800

Bust:  £2785

Survive: £2785

Jessie May:  £2561

Guide Dogs: £960

The Antony Nolan Trust: £700

Alzheimers Society: £601

Wallace and Gromits Grand Appeal:  £601

Nicola Organ Foundation: £1160

Clic Sargent: £1160

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Here’s a sneak peak of what went on behind the scenes…

A special mention to Tracey Barron from Powder and Pearls Photography for taking the pictures and editing them/designing the Calendar.  Tracey has done all of this work for free and without her help we would not be able to produce such a professional looking calendar.  You can see more of Tracey and Jodie’s photography work here.

Click here to read everyone’s stories about what persuaded them to bare on and how they felt about the experience. 



Charities we are supporting:


Survive is a Bristol based charity providing support for women and children who are the victims of domestic abuse. This isn’t just physical violence in a relationship, it can be mental and emotional and sexual abuse too and can happen to anybody. 1 in 4 women will survive some form of domestic abuse during their life. Survive has a range of services to support the victims and get them through this difficult time where woman tend to loose all confidence in themselves. Many women and their children leave violent and abusive relationships and build new lives with the help of this charity. 


Approximately 44,000 women and 300 men are diagnosed annually with Breast Cancer in the UK. One in nine women in the UK will develop breast cancer in their lifetime. You can help BUST to raise funds to support the work of the Southmead Hospital Breast Care Team to improve diagnosis, treatment and research for people in the Bristol area with breast problems and support them through treatment and life after cancer.  You may have lost someone close to you, know a Breast cancer survivor or be one yourself.  Breast cancer is an illness which will effect us all in some way and together we can make a difference.