Calendars rake in charity cash
ORGANISERS behind a series of alternative calendars have raised around £3,700 for charity.
The team behind the Stoke Tattooed Punk Calendars eventually hope to raise £10,000 for the Blurton-based Douglas Macmillan Hospice.
The £7.50, 2013 calendars feature cancer survivors or sufferers from the region's punk fraternity.
Three editions have been produced featuring couples, along with one men-only and one women-only calendar.
Photographer Sean Carnall, aged 39, of Birches Head, said: "We have sold out of the calendars featuring the couples but still have the other two types of calendars available."
The calendars are currently available at city centre shops Rowfers and Hedonism, at Burslem's 6 Towns Radio and at the Calendar Club at Freeport Talke.