Nevertheless, she persisted. It's by no means been an overnight flick-of-a-switch process for many of the people involved. Gill Wilson— an eating disorders therapist—is the woman behind the movement. It all started in Januarywhen Gill organised screenings of a documentary in the village called Embrace. Jayden 15 days ago Totally agree, buddy.
This was exactly how Bartlett-Horwood came to be involved in the calendar.
We've got amazing, amazing bodies, and it makes me really sad that so many people go through life hating their bodies and feeling they should look a certain way. Stock FootageIllustrations. But, the idea of the calendar presented a solution to the licence issue—the proceeds raised by the Wonders of Whimple could pay for licences. Suzanne Rothwell, 72, decided to take part in the calendar for reasons close to her heart. This calendar is more than a photographic paean to the female form. The women of Whimple posed in nothing but their birthday suits betwixt apple trees in an orchard, beside scones and jam at the local cricket club and, of course, on high stools at the Thirsty Farmer.