The founder of Nanny Biscuit and CAFgas CIC has a full body wax to raise money and awareness to a Grand Week in Wales.

James Hunt underwent a transformation, which he later said was not as bad as he’d been expecting.

He had a full body wax, which included his legs, chest, armpits, stomach, and eyebrows as well as having his head shaved.

The Leader: James Hunt getting his head shaved during his full body waxJames Hunt getting his head shaved during his full body wax

It was in aid of A Grand Week in Wales, which is an event held by Nanny Biscuit every year to aid charities to support the community’s needs while setting challenges around the number 1,000 which is the circumference of Wales in miles.

The partner organisations include Green Paw Project, CAFgas CIC, Fare Share, Marie Curie, Adferiad Recovery, YAB Wrexham and Blood Bikes Wales.

The inspiration behind Nanny Biscuit came from James’ grandmothers Jean Simmons and Else Hunt

He explained: “Nanny biscuit was set up in honour of my Nans, one of them used to sneak us biscuits so that’s why we’re Nanny Biscuit, and then I set CAFgas up to make it sustainable.

“Marie Curie looked after my nan in her final days, with us, and they’re involved. They’re partners in A Grand Week in Wales, so I wanted to do something to raise awareness. People (can) lose their hair when they have treatment for cancer”

He added: “We’re really happy with it; might do it again next year!”

Watch James' reaction after his wax:

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