Barnstaple supermarket workers shed uniforms for cheeky charity calender

Staff from Sainsbury?s Barnstaple and representatives from the North and West Devon Support Group of

Staff from Sainsbury?s Barnstaple and representatives from the North and West Devon Support Group of the Motor Neurone Disease Association get into the Christmas spirit during an in-store calendar shoot on Sunday evening. Picture by Andy Casey - Credit: Archant

Sainsbury’s staff pose for special after-hours photoshoot.

BARNSTAPLE supermarket workers have been going wild in the aisles during a special after-hours photoshoot for a new charity calendar.

Staff at Sainsbury’s shed their uniforms to be pictured in a series of cheeky shots for the 2014 calendar, being sold in aid of the Motor Neurone Disease Association.

Those who dared to bare were joined by representatives from the charity’s North and West Devon support group, the Roundswell store’s chosen charity for the year.

Photographer Andy Casey volunteered his time to carefully orchestrate the tasteful shoot in a number of store departments, including the produce aisle, bakery and check-outs.


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“It was great fun and everyone was really keen and up for it,” said Andy.

“It was tastefully done and it was nice to be able to volunteer my time for such a great cause,” he added.

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The calendars are set to be printed in-store and should be available to buy from the middle of this month, priced £3.99. All proceeds will go to the charity.

Barnstaple store manager Stuart Kinghorn said: “We had a great response from colleagues and others from the charity who volunteered to take part.

“We hope the exposure and support is going to be massively beneficial to our chosen charity of the year.”

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