Students strip off for ‘Check em Lads’ appeal

PUBLISHED: 10:49 16 April 2013

A trio of Seaton lads clad in just their boxer shorts jogged from the seafront to Beer and back again to raise money for the Testicular Cancer charity. Fourteen year olds Jamie Salter and Nathan Vincent with fifteen year old Charlie Helbert braved the elements as they left the Hook and Parrot on Monday. Photo by Simon Horn. Ref mhs 2639-15-13SH To order your copy of this photograph go to www.midweekherald.co.uk and click on MyPhotos24.

A trio of Seaton lads clad in just their boxer shorts jogged from the seafront to Beer and back again to raise money for the Testicular Cancer charity. Fourteen year olds Jamie Salter and Nathan Vincent with fifteen year old Charlie Helbert braved the elements as they left the Hook and Parrot on Monday. Photo by Simon Horn. Ref mhs 2639-15-13SH To order your copy of this photograph go to www.midweekherald.co.uk and click on MyPhotos24.

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Seaton teenagers complete chilly charity run to Beer breathing in short pants

Three Axe Valley Community College students stripped down to their boxer shorts to raise money for a medical charity.

Jamie Salter, Nathan Vincent and Charlie Helbert braved chilly conditions last week to complete a sponsored run from Seaton to Beer.

The trio raised £117.50 for the ‘Check em lads’ charity, which aims to raise awareness of testicular cancer.

Nathan from Axminster, Jamie from Seaton and Charlie, from Dorchester, chose to support the cause because a friend has been affected by the condition.


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