Men In Hats 2010
It is a charity calender featuring 12 naked workers from Northumbrian Water.
Cheeky chappies from a local water company have stripped off for a worthy cause.
Twelve Northumbrian Water workers from around the region have bared all for a charity calendar, with only a selection of strategically-placed props to preserve their modesty!
Five hundred copies of the ‘Men in Hats’ 2010 calendar, priced at £3 each, have been produced to raise £1,500 for Samaritans Durham, which offers 24 hour emotional support for anyone experiencing feelings of distress or despair, including those which may lead to suicide.
The calendar has been photographed in the style of the original Women’s Institute Calendar Girls, with props including a shower cap and rubber duck, cycling helmet and bike, santa hat and giftwrap and a chef’s hat and utensils!
The twelve blushing boys featured are estates technician Paul Sinclair of North Shields, customer advisor Chris Duke of Chester le Street, facilities assistant Peter Lowther of Bishop Auckland, facilities manager Dave Whiteley of Tynemouth, customer advisor David Walker of Sedgefield, marketing co-ordinator Thomas Baker of Durham, technician strategy manager Eric Styan of Newcastle upon Tyne, senior HR business analyst Neil Robson of Durham, health and safety advisor Peter Sheldon of Great Lumley, applications team leader Lee Gallon of Washington, Tyne & Wear, legal executive Chris Doyle of Cramlington and customer advisor Gareth Thraves of Gateshead.
Curiosity is boosting sales at the water company, with more than 100 advance orders placed by colleagues keen to have a giggle at the pin-ups.
I am not going to post any photos.