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Howard Hastings, one of the owners of the Culloden, visited the exhibition and was intrigued by the concept.
‘There are quite a lot of names here,’ Brett understates modestly.
It is a stunning exhibition, one of the most impressive of 2011 to date, and the phrase ‘not to be missed’ was invented for it.
Mr July, Rowan Thomas, 56, and David Semple - who features along with a well-placed watering can as Mr August - said they were happy to bare flesh for the cause.
"They got us into it, then dropped the bomb shell it was a naked calendar," said 69-year-old Mr Semple.
Mrs Dewson said: "Everyone knows about Calendar Girls and that was a great success.