By Audlem Webteam - 13th October 2012 7:03am
On Thursday, Ann Aspinall wrote: "Eleven men have got together and have made a nude calendar for charity.
"Two of them are my brothers, one of whom, Neil Aspinall, lives in Audlem.
"The calendar is the idea of my brother Roy Aspinall to raise money for the prostate cancer charity and another cancer fund. Roy lives in Ravensmoor. The age range is 20--70."
A number of people have praised the idea, wondered if there is a different man each month and asked how they can buy a copy.
In response, Ann says: "Yes, there is a nude man for every month. Once the calendars have been delivered to Mr August, Mr January will let Audlem Online know where you can buy one from."
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