Swimmers bare all for charity at Great British Skinny Dip
STARKERS swimmers bared all for charity on Sunday for the Great British Skinny Dip.
The third year of the event saw almost 70 skinny-dippers skipping into the sea at Pembroke.
‘This is all about having a bit of fun and raising money for a good cause,’ said co-organiser Ian Tonks.
‘This year our chosen charities are Pink Ladies and Male Uprising Guernsey, so there is a bit for the boys and a bit for the girls.’
Since it began the charity event has raised over £8,000 and Mr Tonks was confident they would pass the £10,000 mark this year.
Last year the event took place in October in freezing conditions and all the swimmers were happy on Sunday to be warmed by a balmy September sun, even if it meant they were a few more onlookers than most had expected.