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Crayford mum-of-three and friends get kit off for cancer a second time
A MOTHER-OF-THREE is baring all for a second time to raise cash for Cancer Research UK and Brain Tumour UK.
Kelly Fairman, of Iron Mill Lane, Crayford, and 62 of her friends have been getting their kits off for a male and female 2013 fundraising calendar.
The 37-year-old raised £6,000 for charity from her first calendar in 2010, which she set up after losing her mum, grandad, aunt and nan to cancer.
Her sister Vicky has recently been told her brain tumour returned after first being diagnosed with the disease in 2009.
Miss Fairman told News Shopper: "Everyone kept asking me if I was doing another one, nagging me really.
"When my sister got re-diagnosed with a brain tumour it gave me the kick to do it again."
She added: "She is in the calendar. She loves it and says she is proud of me and glad to be part of it all."
More than 160 people attended a ladies night, which included a raffle, drag act, DJ and singer - raising £2,000 for the charities.
Miss Fairman said: "People yet again have been amazing supporters of us by getting their kits off, donating gifts for raffle and auction prizes and even for props to use in our shoots.
"We even have some celebs wearing kit off for cancer t-shirts."
Stars from EastEnders have been posting pictures of themselves on Twitter wearing the t-shirts, including Jake Wood who plays Max Branning and Cheryl Fergison who starred as Heather Trott.
For information and to order a £10 calendar, visit kitoffforcancer.co.uk