The 11 women from Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and Norfolk initially thought they would only sell 50 copies of their Down on the Farm calendar in aid of the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign. But after starring in The Hunts Posts New Year edition and Farmers Weekly, the group have sold 800 copies of their calendar and made more than £7,000. The group, who have known each other since childhood and all come from farming backgrounds, were inspired to strip off to help muscular dystrophy sufferers such as Robert Elliott. Nineteen-year-old Robert who lives in Sawtry, has lived with the condition since he was born. Sports school coach Alex, 20 of Thurning confirmed there was talk of another calendar in 2014. She said: It has gone national, even international - we had one order from Switzerland. People have shown amazing generosity. We are thinking, because we have had such a good response of doing a calendar every few years. I want to do a rugby sevens tournament next summer and then do another calendar the year after. INFORMATION: The calendars cost £7 each (plus £2 P&P) and can be ordered by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.