Oh dear, oh dear. The menfolk of Scottish village West Linton, aided and abetted by papermaker Tullis Russell, have got their kit off for a Women’s Institute-a-like, naked calendar. Firemen, farmers and golfers all pose coyly in various positions behind various implements. Apparently, the first print run has sold like hot cakes. And it’s all for charidee, natch. But perhaps some things should be left as God didn’t intend. Dangling bits and paunchy stomachs 12 – originality nil.
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The museum is set to open in September, and will include permanent galleries showcasing historical and current Scottish design and a temporary exhibition on the cultural impact of ocean liners.