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Fundraisers get in touch with their feminine side for brave troops

Fundraisers get in touch with their feminine side for brave troops

Two men from Coventry are set to don ballet wear and feminine fishnet tights as part of fundraising efforts to raise cash for Help for Heroes.

According to local news source the Coventry Telegraph, Nicholas Lloyd and Richard Bickerton will take part in a paintball contest while wearing tutus and tights, before heading off on a walk of more than 20 miles with collection buckets, still wearing their feminine outfits.

The men will stroll from the parade in Leamington, through Coventry city centre and past the Ricoh Arena before ending up at Coombe Abbey. The walk is scheduled for March 5th.

Speaking to the source, Mr Lloyd said: "I am ex-armed forces so I just want to support the charity as much as I can."

Meanwhile, soldiers Chris Tollick and Christian Greenway recently offered Valentine's Day kisses to lucky shoppers in Birkenhead as part of a fundraising drive for Help for Heroes.

Posted by Simon Williams
 


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