Cambridge Veterinary students have stripped off in the aid of charity. Male and female clinical students from the Queen’s Veterinary School posed for a tasteful nude calendar in aid of the Veterinary School Trust.
Following the success of last years calendar, which sold around the world, with special popularity in Australia, the Trust was very keen to see the students bare all to the cameras again. This year’s calendar will be made up of six months each of Male and Female shots in various scenes.
Every year over 3,000 seriously ill and injured animals benefit from the expertise and facilities available at the Veterinary Hospital, accepting referrals from throughout the UK. The Veterinary School Trust raises money to fund a variety of projects within the vet school. Since it’s creation in 1983 the Trust has raised over £7-million enabling the completion of Europe’s first Cancer Therapy Unit for animals along with specialist centres for small animal, equine and farm animal work.
The calendar which costs £9 can be purchased by sending a cheque payable to CAMVET to the CamVet Trust, Cambridge Veterinary School, Madingley Road, Cambridge, CB3 0ES. You can also visit www.vet.cam.ac.uk/trust/ for more information on the Trusts work. For more information, please contact the Trust’s Fundraising Executive, Katy Berman.