Jodie’s charity calendar launch
Male and female versions this year
A TV star from Hinckley is launching her third charity calendar with an evening of entertainment.
Take Me Out and Coach Trip contestant Jodie Carnall is holding a fundraiser to plug the 2019 edition of her lingerie calendar in aid of The Brain Tumour Charity.
The night of fun will include performances from Joanne Steel’s Kylie Minogue tribute and Matthew Hickman.
Hinckley band ReggaRockaBoogie will be performing a range of music from reggae to rock from the 60s to the 90s.
Among the TV guests at the event will be Big Brother and Love Island contestants, as well as Jodie’s partner Jimmy from their run on E4’s Coach Trip.
Jodie said: “I held my first fundraiser last year and the atmosphere in the room was just beautiful.
“People from all over the UK attending, lots of people on their own, who were scared at first, but everybody was friends by the end of the night.
“It’s great for people who want to make friends and have a good night without being judged.
“It’s an event that caters for all ages and I love how my guests range from children to adults in their 60s.
“It really is a special night where everybody comes together for charity and to support my calendars.”
Free prosecco and food will be on offer along with a sweets cart, raffle and silent auction, a glitter face paint station and some prize giveaways.
Guests are invited to dress in whatever they feel comfortable in. Jodie organised the calendar after her aunt was diagnosed with a brain tumour in 2016.
The launch event is at the Chase Hotel in Nuneaton on October 20, starting at 7pm. Tickets are £10. Male and female model ver- sions of the calendar are available for pre-order for £8.
The photos for the calendar were taken by Lauren Lewis at Studio-17.
To purchase tickets or calendars, contact Jodie on 07411 462323, email jodiecarnall@ hotmail.co.uk or contact her on Facebook or Instagram.
Jodie Carnall with the models for the 2018 calendar
E4 reality game show Coach Trip: Road to Tenerife. Pictured: Jodie Carnall (right) with presenter Brendan Sheerin.