A group of women - including an Army widow - have stripped off to raise money for the Help For Heroes charity.
The Calendar Girls'-style publication is the brainchild of best friends, Bethany Shaw and Amy Read.
They took just four weeks to persuade 12 women to strip, find a suitable photographer, set up locations and sort out printing, production and promotion.
Bethany, from Lydney, in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, said: 'We have had so much fun putting the calendar together and it's for such a great cause.
November is Army widow Sadie Baldwin posing on a lorry sporting a giant poppy.
Sadie, 22, lost husband Ricky – a serving soldier – last year. He was killed in a car crash while serving with 5th Battalion The Rifles in Germany last year, leaving her to raise Lilly-Mae, two, and one-year-old Oliver.
She said: 'I was delighted to be asked to join in with the calendar because Help for Heroes is a charity helping wounded soldiers.
'After all the army and the soldiers have done for us, it’s nice to be able to repay them in some way.'