Forrester Arms regulars make £1,300 at leg wax fundraiser

The brave men who underwent the waxing, are thanked by Kate Wall, second from right, back row

The brave men who underwent the waxing, are thanked by Kate Wall, second from right, back row

First published in News

THEY gritted their teeth and prepared for pain.

But a charity leg wax was certainly worth it for nine regulars at the Forrester Arms in Brockenhurst after they raised £1,300.

The hair-raising fundraiser was organised by Kate Wall, 60, of Brockenhurst, in memory of her daughter Sam, who died in an accident last year aged 34.

Kate said: “I took this idea to the guys and they just ran away with it and they were amazing.

“They all had a good time and two of them even took it further by agreeing to have an eyebrow waxed off if we could raise another £100 for each of them.

“So we went back into the pub and now there are two blokes walking around with one eyebrow each.

“But it was a lot of fun and everything that happened was in the spirit of the evening.”

The money was raised for Marie Curie Cancer Care.

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