Members of Kinross JAC have taken a break from their daily jobs to do something a little different to raise money for charity.
With the ambitious aim of raising over £5,000 split between local charity Kinross-shire Heartstart, to buy a defibrillator for the local community and the club’s charity of the year, MS Scotland, the group of 15 Young Farmers posed on the farm for the 2019 charity naked calendar.
"The club has been very fortunate to receive sponsorship from 12 local companies which has covered the cost of the printing, allowing all proceeds made from the sales to go to charity," spokesperson Emma Cheape told Farmers Guardian.
Kinross JAC Chairman Dave Black said: "It has been great fun producing the calendar for two such worthwhile charities - both of which are close to my heart.
"I really hope we can raise our target of £5,000 which will make a big difference within our local community.
Member Emma Cheape commented: "It has been a pleasure producing this calendar with such a dedicated group of members and a very supportive group of local sponsors.
"I am looking forward to raising as much money as we can for two very worthwhile charities, buying a defibrillator for rural Kinross-shire and donating to MS Scotland.
Calendars will be sold at £10 and postage is an additional £2.
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