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Waxing brave

Margaret Duggan

by Margaret Duggan

Posted: 27 Sep 2013 @ 12:07

THEY were three brave men who submitted to having their legs waxed to raise funds for the Minster Church in Warminster, Salisbury diocese. The fund-raising event took place in the Three Horses Mall, in the centre of the town, and there were home-made cakes, henna tattoos, tombola, and a book stall. But it was the all-male leg wax undertaken by Phil Meadows, Richard Golay, and Paul Sheridan that drew most interest.

It had been Michelle Meadows who had the idea and ...

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