Hair-oic effort from workers at QV Foods, March, as £800 is raised for Movember

11:38 06 December 2012

Workers from QV Foods, March, who raised £800.00 for Movember.

Workers from QV Foods, March, who raised £800.00 for Movember.

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A HAIR-OIC effort from a group of March work colleagues saw them raise £800 for Movember UK.

The 17 staff from QV Foods ditched their shavers and sported an array of moustaches in aid of the men’s health charity.

Weekly updates of their facial-hair progress were posted online throughout November, as the employees collected donations.

Also getting into the Movember spirit, were three teachers from Cavalry Primary School, March.

Ed Myland, Rune Webb and Damien Homden raised more than £150 for the charity with their tash-tastic efforts.

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