It's also to raise funds for the Rosemere Cancer Foundation in tribute to their well-loved colleague and occupational therapist Heather Mann, who passed away from cancer in October. The charity also operates at another eight local hospital cancer units across the two counties, including Chorley and South Ribble Hospital. The enthusiasm of all departmental staff to promote our service has been amazing. Rosemere Cancer Foundation self-funds cutting-edge equipment, research, training and other cancer services and therapies. What's On. The entire team of consultants, doctors, nurses, therapists and administrators got involved Sign up to FREE email alerts from LancsLive - daily Subscribe We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. Thank you for subscribing See our privacy notice. Follow LiveLancs. More On Preston.
By Jo Tweedy For Mailonline. The Scottish Highlands might not be the warmest backdrop for a naked charity calendar but veterinary students from Edinburgh didn't let the chilly weather stop them from raising money for a good cause. Some 94 students from Edinburgh University's Royal Dick School of Veterinary Studies - sometimes known as Dick Vet - posed in the altogether to help raise money for animal charity All4Paws, which provides free vet care to the pets of homeless and vulnerably housed people. The naked calendar, called 'When Vets Undress' was shot by an all female team across Scotland, with the country's beautiful wildlife taking a starring role. Horses, highland cattle, birds of prey, cats, reindeer and dairy cows all share shot space with the stripped-bare vets in the making. In the altogether! Oh deer!
By Stephanie Linning For Mailonline. A group of cheeky student vets stripped naked for a playful charity calendar. The final-year students from the Royal Veterinary College, London , ditched their scrubs and bared all for the daring photo shoot. Stripping off! The final-year students from the Royal Veterinary College, London, ditched their scrubs and bared all for the daring charity calendar photo shoot. Time for a check up! Trainee vets don scarves and wellington boots to examine a cow in a field. Cute co-stars! Fittingly, the vets used well-placed dogs to help keep themselves covered. He said: 'There was a lot of enthusiasm for it.
Cheeky doctors and hospital staff who bared all in the name of charity have been nominated for a top award. Now, they have been nominated in the Champion Fundraiser category of the Chronicle Champion Awards But it is something which is not widely talked about and is often a taboo subject among those it most commonly affects — young men between 15 and 45 years old. Craig Leathard, 43, a charge nurse, who lives in Ashington, Northumberland , has driven the calendar campaign.