Movember Madness

Movember Madness

Back row: Alex Lewis, Chris Townrow, Stuart Birch, Ross Jones, James Lamb Front Row: Adam Buchanen, Steve Goode, Mark Falcon

There was a certain machismo in the air at the Worcester office in November, after seven hirsute volunteers agreed to put their faces on the line and raise money for Movember. Running every November, participants get sponsored to grow a moustache and show their support for men with prostate cancer and other male cancers.

In Bristol, Alec Moody, Pack Line Manager has also joined in the Movember madness and is hoping to raise £300 for his moustache. By the time you read this, Alec and the pictured Worcester team will have, as the Movember website puts it, groomed, trimmed and waxed their way into the annals of fine moustachery.

It’s not just the guys who are getting involved –Helen McHugh, Supply & Allocation
Executive who’s organised the event, has a few fundraising ideas of her own: To make fundraising more appealing, I’ve agreed with Chris that, if he raises more than £150, I’ll give him a week of tea and silence! James managed to negotiate an even better deal with Helen – I’ve agreed that if James raises more than £100, I’ll make his tea for the entire month of December.

So far the combined total raised between all participants is a fantastic £907.

If you would like to make a donation to support the Smiths News Team in Worcester (aka Hairy Smiths) or Alec Moody in Bristol you can find their profiles on the Movember website as follows [NB Movember have now removed these pages – Ed]:

Hairy Smiths – did anyone get their tea or silence?

Alec Moody – there’s a chance to view a very fine moustache.

There are a number of photos and updates on there. Check them out! Funds raised benefit The Prostate Cancer Charity, The Institute of Cancer Research and the Movember Foundation.

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One Response to Movember Madness

  1. Mark Cashmore says:

    Well done lads. Will we be seeing a repeat performance later this year?

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