It’s thirsty work for Liam ...

Cheeky chaps ... Steve Nicholson, Ben Oakley, Liam Britton and Felipe Empleo appeal for women to sign up for the Girls Night Out walk where they will be handing out refreshments.

Cheeky chaps ... Steve Nicholson, Ben Oakley, Liam Britton and Felipe Empleo appeal for women to sign up for the Girls Night Out walk where they will be handing out refreshments.

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A PERSONAL trainer is set to grace billboards after stripping for a charity which supports people with life-shortening illnesses.

Liam Britton, from Sudbury, volunteered to model for a cheeky picture to help promote St Nicholas Hospice Care’s Girls Night Out moonlight walk.

The pictures will now be used on billboards and posters across the county by the charity.

Liam, 24, who owns BTG Bootcamp in the town, said: “The photoshoot sounded like it would be good fun on a dry day.

“In the end, it was pouring with rain, but it was all for a good cause.”

During the ladies-only walk, which is taking place in Bury St Edmunds on September 17, Liam will be on hand at water stations around the course ready and willing to refresh thirsty participants.

Jenny Baskett, events and challenges fundraiser at the hospice, said: “The women taking part in the Girls Night Out inevitably get thirsty, so we hope having men at the water stations will give them a little extra incentive to get round and quench their thirst.

“The event is great fun with a fantastic atmosphere from start to finish, so I urge any women still thinking of signing up to do so now.”

The event will see hundreds of women walk an 11.2 mile or a new six-mile route around Bury.

To sign up or to volunteer to help, call Jenny Baskett on 01284 715583 or email jenny.baskett@stnh.org.uk.