Thai restaurant team plan to spice up calendar

07:59 26 November 2012

Team Largigi outside their Marine Parade restaurant in Lyme Regis  -  they are planning to spice up next year

Team Largigi outside their Marine Parade restaurant in Lyme Regis - they are planning to spice up next year's calendar.

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Largigi staff at Lyme Regis are dishing up something extra saucy for charity

Staff at Lyme’s Thai Restaurant and Café, Largigi, are planning to dish up something extra saucy – a burlesque themed charity calendar for 2013.

The plans to sell it to raise money to combat cancer, crohn’s disease and Alzheimer’s.

Boss Gina Gibbons said: “We chose these charities, as they reflect illnesses that have affected some members of staff and regular customers and we want to do our bit to help.”

The 20 people involved in the project are aged between 16 and 60. They hope to have the calendar ready for sale by the beginning of December.

Anyone interested in pre-ordering or selling the calendars is asked to call Largigi on 01297 442432 or email them at Calendar@Largigi.com

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