Saucy students strip off for Bristol University naked Christmas calendar

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THESE cheeky students have ditched their studying to strip off for their 2019 charity calendar.

Incredible pictures show students from 12 societies at the University of Bristol snapped in the nude.

 Nine women stripped off to help raise cash for charity

Mediadrumimages / Bryan Wong

Nine women stripped off to help raise cash for charity

The group could be seen rehearsing their lines for a play and displaying their shuttlecocks on the badminton court.

Another picture shows a group of fencers hiding their modesty with tactically placed protective facemasks.

Other spectacular pictures show the ultimate frisbee team standing proud in the park, the lifesaving society letting it all hang out underwater and the Snowsports society turning their backs to the camera on the dry slopes.

The calendar was organised by the University of Bristol’s Raising and Giving (RAG) society with proceeds going to three local charities.

 They posed for a casino-themed scene

Mediadrumimages / Bryan Wong

They posed for a casino-themed scene
 The students even posed during a "naked" relay race

Mediadrumimages / Bryan Wong

The students even posed during a “naked” relay race
 Men and women from the uni used shuttlecocks to hide their private parts

Mediadrumimages / Bryan Wong

Men and women from the uni used shuttlecocks to hide their private parts
 The students were seen getting ready in a dressing room

Mediadrumimages / Bryan Wong

The students were seen getting ready in a dressing room
 The ultimate frisbee team were pictured standing proud in a park

Mediadrumimages / Bryan Wong

The ultimate frisbee team were pictured standing proud in a park

The images were taken by Bryan Wong and the RAG’s events officer, Paige Taylor, said they have “nearly sold out”.

She said: “The calendar has become an annual event within RAG’s fundraising, due to the pure enthusiasm of the student body.

“We have three wonderful charities to be fundraising for. Bristol Nightline, who operate between eight o’clock at night and eight in the morning and are there for people to talk to when they might feel alone.

“Womankind which is a local Bristol based charity on Gloucester Road who help women feel empowered and offer therapy and advice for all.

 The group even posed naked underwater for the unique shoot

Mediadrumimages / Bryan Wong

The group even posed naked underwater for the unique shoot
 They also used fencing gear in another picture

Mediadrumimages / Bryan Wong

They also used fencing gear in another picture
 Photographer Bryan Wong took the pictures for this year's charity calendar

Mediadrumimages / Bryan Wong

Photographer Bryan Wong took the pictures for this year’s charity calendar
 The students also went to a local dry-ski slope

Mediadrumimages / Bryan Wong

The students also went to a local dry-ski slope
 Copies of the hilarious calendar have almost sold out

Mediadrumimages / Bryan Wong

Copies of the hilarious calendar have almost sold out

“The CATS Campaign whose goal is to educate young people on the signs and symptoms of cancer.”

“We aim to raise as much as possible over the year and right now we have nearly sold out of our first run of calendars which equates to a good run of money for the charities. We’d like to order another run ready for the new year.”

The calendar is being sold through the university’s students’ union shop for £7 and is available to buy online here.


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