Ye Olde Griffin Hotel staff preparing for leg waxing forfeits in aid of children’s charity

09:36 04 June 2014

Ye Olde Griffin Hotel charity night, Left: Matt Hawkins, Jessica Mortlock, Nathan Ruck and Lee Oldale. Picture: Steve Williams.

Ye Olde Griffin Hotel charity night, Left: Matt Hawkins, Jessica Mortlock, Nathan Ruck and Lee Oldale. Picture: Steve Williams.

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A hotel manager is facing up to the prospect of having his legs waxed in front of a packed pub ... if enough money is raised for charity.

Lee Oldale will say goodbye to his leg hair if Ye Olde Griffin Hotel’s charity night on Friday, which starts at 9pm, raises £700 for children’s charity Variety.

Other staff have also agreed to make sacrifices if certain fundraising targets are reached.

Sam in the kitchen will have his legs waxed for £100, bar worker Aaron for £250, Steve in the kitchen for £350, Borja for £450 and manager Lee’s son George for £550.

Deputy manager Lee Ruck, who will have his head shaved for £650, said: “Hopefully lots of people will come along to see Lee (Oldale) suffer.”

There will be a Man V Food Competition and raffles, with a DJ and disco until late.

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