A group of final year veterinary medicine students from Royal Veterinary College in London have ditched their scrubs and let their hair down to make a nude calendar to raise money for charity.
“We produce a calendar every year, mostly as a fun memento for our final year to take away after five or more years here at the Royal Veterinary College,” says student Amber Perryman.
“Veterinary is a tough course requiring lots of hard work so we like to balance that with having as much fun as possible here – the calendar is really a symbol of that.
“We tried to include a range of themes in the calendar to try to show the wide range of teaching opportunities available at RVC and the real mix of jobs all of the final years are aiming to go into.”
Proceeds from sales of the calendar go towards the students’ graduation ball fund and the Animal Care Trust at Royal Veterinary College.
The Trust supports the Royal Veterinary College’s research and educational activities aimed at improving animal health and care, while also providing grants to students and supporting the world-renowned Queen Mother Hospital for Animals.
These cheeky A3 calendars cost £10 plus a postage fee – email Amber at firstname.lastname@example.org to order while stocks last.