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This article was published on November 29th, 2014
We’ve had a lot of fun with it this year and we hope that everyone has felt involved as well. As a team we would like to thank everyone for all their help and support this year.
This along with your kind donations, they have made this year’s Movember campaign one of the best yet. To date we have raised £621.00 for men’s health issues but there is still time to donate online.
We will hopefully have calendars this year as well which will popping up in the office and will be available to buy to help raise further funds. Earlier today we tallied the results of the Mo of the Month competition that many of you voted in. We would like to thank you all for taking the time to let us know which Mo you thought was best!
The top three results in descending order were!
Mark Galvin in 3rd
Jonny Copley in 2nd
…and Mr Alex Stone running away with it in 1st this year! Alex was given his award earlier today (pictured below showing us his most humble pose). We hope you enjoy the beers Alex, you’ve earned them!
It is also worth noting that Julie Tomlinson and Jemma Crook received two votes each this year as well, good effort Ladies.
This year’s Movember was a team effort all round and everyone who has joined this year have been good sports! (Mike Taylor and Rob Thorneycroft are missing from this picture!)
Once again, thanks very much for your involvement and our Mo’s will see you again next year.
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