Posted: Sat 2nd Nov 2013

Carl growing a ‘Mo’ for Movember

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Saturday, Nov 2nd, 2013

A HAIRY challenge to raise cash for testicular and prostate cancer is being supported by Alyn and Deeside AM Carl Sargeant.

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Carl is once again taking part in Movember and is growing the most impressive moustache he can by the end of the month, to raise charity cash.

Thousands of men across the country will be getting involved in the drive, which has grown in popularity in recent years.

Carl said:

“I have got involved in Movember for the last couple of years and I couldn’t say no this time.

“It’s a great cause and something men of all ages and from all backgrounds can get involved in.

“I’m pleased to be championing a campaign which gives people the chance to help others, while having some fun at the same time.”

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