Bridgete Barclay, Louise Leeds, Traci Topps, Devon Daniels.
This months set by tog Gorgol is a veritable feast of flesh as Auntie Jayne, that's Pat Wynn goes on a picnic with 4 chums who include Milly Minchen and Donna James.
Brigitte Barclay makes an appearance listed as Belle the shop worker from Rayleigh.
The cover for the month is ex showgirl Laura Palmer but why she's described as an ex showgirl is beyond me because she seems to be showing quite a lot on the fold out cover!
Its the xmas edition so lensman Nick Gorgol does his bit and gets the girls together for a set entitled, Chrissy Kissy; the Kissogram Special. You've got all your favourites in this set including, Steph Bews, Alison Brown, Sarah Young, Tara Bardot, Laura Palmer and Solange Hop.
Belle dons PVC and drapers herself over a motorbike and this busty beauty is non other than Brigitte Barclay. Ding Dong.
Una Samsons, Tammy Cooper, Brigette Barclay, Pat Benedict, Marion Cook, Elizabeth Brownlow.
Christabel Jarvis, Annie Reed, Donna Ewin, Lisa Nice, Brigette Barclay, Debee Ashby, Margaret Robbins, Betty Taylor.
Kathy Parker, Linda Adams, Alicia Peters, Brigette Barclay, Madeline Blake, Kirsten Imrie, Rachel Clarke, Nona Simons, Georgina Duffield.
Another first for Mayfair magazine this month with the first shots of Sharon Hawthorne, shot by Joanie Allum.
There's a typo in the editorial attached to the shoot where it says that John Allum approached Sharon when he met her in a photo-framing shop. It was actually Joanie, John's wife who spoke to Sharon.
Anyway, it really doesn't matter because whether John or Joanie took the shots you know that you're going to get every pose that you need including the white knicker clad bottom shot that was the 'menu du jour'. Posh eh?
Putting 'tits n bums' aside for the moment the motoring article in this months Mayfair for for the car marquee Bristol. Why you ask should that be of interest because my dad (RIP) was a Bristol man (actually in both departments now I come to think of it) and had a 404 and a 406.
The cars are hand built, sold from just one showroom in London and the bonnet is so long that the spare wheel is stowed behind the front wing! If you buy this issue take a look at the bottom pic on page 45; that's a 404.
Going back to the 'bits', Kay Griffiths is photographed by Leslie Turtle and she's wearing white satin with white hold ups. Superb.
To wrap the mag up for the month Ulf Stjernbo presents photos of Brigitte Barclay, who is another famous glamour model who made her nude debut with Mayfair which can be seen in Volume 24 Number 7.
PS: Forgot to mention the cover girl is Gaynor Goodman
Mayfair Vol 27 Issue 10 - October 1992
Just quickly! I told you that in last months issue Mel Bolton got Girl of the Month and that her underwear was a great colour. Well here on the cover you can see exactly what I was trying to tell you because this cover shot of Mel is taken from last months set.
Well that didn’t take long; did it? A couple of months ago Carla Fernandez came trotting along and this month she takes ’Girl of the Month’ in a photo session by Joanie that’s been sold across the globe. For the trivia lovers amongst you, Carla was discovered by Joanie in London.
Brigitte Barclay has a set this month but to be honest her ‘get up’ isn’t working. The bra is to baggy and doesn’t display her charms to her best advantage. Most unlike Mr Medland but he can’t get it right all the time.
And to shut the month down how about that classic favourite Emma Cesari looking like a librarian and there’s been no razor blades anywhere near her for months.