A GROUP of women stepped out of their comfort zone to bare it all in a 'cheeky' sell-out performance.

Members of the ladies dart team at the Groves Social Club in Shotton shed their clothes to raise funds for Cancer Research UK.

More than £2,000 was raised with over 100 people turning up to watch Karen Bibby, Sarah Doriam, Caroline Bagby, Vicky Vincent, Vera Shotton, Kathy Rawlinson and Julie Maddock bare it all.

Karen said: "A lot of us have family members who have died from cancer or been diagnosed and we wanted to get the message out there of how important it is to check your breasts.

"We also handed out leaflets on how to do it just to raise more awareness of the disease.

"We were absolutely overwhelmed on the night. It was fantastic.

"It was a sell-out within the first week of us advertising the 140 tickets.

"The room was packed."

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The charity league raises funds for different causes every year by taking part in a variety of fundraising events.

Karen said the idea of the Full Monty came about one night and things escalated from there, with the group only having one rehearsal.

She added: "We do different things every year. All money we raise goes to different charities.

"It's something we like doing, we like darts and raising money for good causes.

"At the end of the day a lot of these causes can't run without money and rely on people like us.

"We would all like to thank all local companies and pubs who donated over 50 raffle prizes from meals for two to bottles of wine.

"Also a big thank you to Jackie Hill, Lorraine Johnson, Trish Wilson, Sammy Bagby, Yvonne Stewart and Sam Austin who are all the back stage helpers.

"It was amazing, we are absolutely over the moon."