Baring all for a new charity calendar

Sarah Louise-Walker presents a teaser for the 2012 charity tickled pink calendar

Sarah Louise-Walker presents a teaser for the 2012 charity tickled pink calendar

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MEMBERS of the newly-rebranded Yorkshire Mafia Women are set to do the business with a new calendar in which they bare all for charity.

They will be shedding their clothes for ASDA’s Tickled Pink charity campaign.

The organisation - formerly known as Yorkshire Mafia Ladies - was formed in September 2010 as a sub-group of the Yorkshire Mafia and now has almost 400 members made up of senior businesswomen in the region.

Sarah Louise Walker, founder of the group, said: “We are really excited to have unveiled our new look logo and name and I am overwhelmed by the support for our soon-to-be-produced charity calendar for 2012 which we hope will raise lots of money for this fantastic cause.”

For more information about The Yorkshire Mafia, visit their dedicated website at www.theyorkshiremafia.com.

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