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Estate agents’ naked ambition to raise charity cash revived post-Covid

Six brave souls at Sussex agency Brock Taylor have bared all to raise funds for Cancer Research.

Nigel Lewis

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A naked calendar featuring six estate agents from a Sussex firm has been released after being delayed near two years by the Covid pandemic.

In January 2020 Horsham-based Brock Taylor made a splash by announcing the charity initiative, which was the brainchild of senior sales negotiator Liam Stanbridge.

But the project had to be shelved after the pandemic struck and organising the photoshoots, which feature 11 other businesses in and around the town, became too difficult to complete safely.

The company has now announced that its calendar project is back on and five of Brock Taylor’s staff have been persuaded to strip off – albeit tastefully behind some strategically placed signage – for the calendar.

naked calendarThese are (main pic, LtoR) sales progressor Leanne Butler, sales manager Joshua Harris, Liam Stanbridge, sales consultants Sam Ellis and Emily Lee, and branch administrator Lucy Woolridge.

The Horsham Gets Naked initiative has already raised £1,200 for Cancer Research UK, and the calendars can be bought for £10 either online through the Cancer Research fundraising page or in-person at the agency’s branch or other businesses within the town.

“I am so thrilled with how the idea has taken off and had so much local support,” says Liam (pictured, right).

“I would really appreciate any help in spreading the word further from other estate agents so if you felt your home or office walls were looking a little bare, please feel free to buy one.”

November 16, 2021

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