A MEMBER of staff at a Chester bar has stripped off for a charity calendar.
Hannah Evison, 20, a party planner at Revolution Chester, is one of 12 girls from its 63 bars across the UK to pose in saucy outfits for a good cause.
All profits from the calendar will go to The Factory Foundation, which provides free music workshops for disadvantaged children and young people.
Hannah, of Halton Road, Runcorn, was chosen as the face of May.
She said: “I wasn’t going to do it at first, but my manager said I should go for it.
“Around 30-40 girls put their names forward so I was amazed when I found out I was picked!
“We had to go to Manchester for the shoot, it was really glamorous. I had my hair and make-up done before getting my outfit from the stylist.
“I’ve done a bit of modelling before, but this was just so different. It was an amazing experience and I’m thrilled with the picture - but it’s still a bit weird, especially when the calendars arrived and people were looking at them!”
The calendar was shot and styled by top London fashion photographer James Nader, who said: “These girls really know how to turn it on for the camera. I couldn’t believe none of them were models. The results are fantastic and it’s for a great cause.”