WOMEN are being encouraged to take part in a ‘dare to bare’ challenge which last year raised almost £10,000 for charity.
Brave ladies can volunteer to have their photographs taken by Bcaptured in Leek in aid of the Blurton-based Douglas Macmillan Hospice.
They can wear as little or as many clothes as they want for the photo shoot and could also use some judiciously placed props.
The ‘dare to bare’ challenge has been organised by Bcaptured Photography Studios, in Leek.
Women have until Tuesday (March 4) to book a slot to have their picture taken which will be shared on the Bcaptured on Facebook.
Two women will be picked as winners and they will each receive a free professional picture mounted on canvas as their prize.
The entrees have to write down a sentence about why they decided to enter, whether they have been diagnosed with cancer, beaten the disease or had to go through the torment of watching a family member suffer.
Emma Baker of Bcaptured said: “Some of the woman have lost somebody, had cancer, beaten it. Most of the stories bring a tear to your eye and we wanted people to hear these stories.”
To take part, call the studio on 01538 399642 or visit www.bcaptured.co.uk before Tuesday, March 4.