Full Monty show pulls in the crowds at Glenstock festival
A group of brave fellas took to the stage this Saturday to perform their version of the Full Monty in aid of charity.
Their performance, which brought down the house, was a surprise addition to a day and evening of entertainment at the Old Greyhound in Great Glen, raising money for LOROS.
The entire event was organised by Scott Clarkson and Nathan Thompson in memory of Scott's mother, Yvonne, who lost her life to breast cancer last year.
Scott said: "We ran the event at the primary school last year. It was a lot smaller than this and everyone had gone home by 5pm. This year it's so much bigger.
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"We raised £1,500, so that's my benchmark for this year, but I'm secretly hoping we raise much more.
"The idea of Glenstock is not just to raise money for charity, but to celebrate life and how lucky we are to be here."
During the day there were stalls, face painting, an outdoor bar, live music and even a sponsored chest wax, with the fun continuing into the evening.
Scott's aunt Vanessa Murden said: "We are so proud of Scott and what he has done. It's just fantastic to see all these people here, he's done a fantastic job."
Sponsored by Jones and Burnham, the men, all aged over fifty, performed their Full Monty to the biggest crowd of the evening raising extra funds for the charity.
One of those taking part was Mike Green, a builder from the village.
Calming his nerves with a beer, he said: "We have been practising all week, and we've been spray tanned and everything. It's going to be great and a total surprise, only a few people know it's happening."
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