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Mo bros make the cut for charity

Catherine Thompson 31st Oct, 2018 Updated: 31st Oct, 2018

BARBERS in Stratford wasted ‘mo’ time as they got to work cutting hair for charity.

Gould Barbers recently launched its new outlet in Tesco on Birmingham Road with free hair cuts to those who donated to this year’s Movember men’s health campaign.

Along with a new branch opening in Coventry, brothers Leigh and Darran Gould raised £550 for the campaign which raises awareness of men’s health issues including prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and suicide.

Men across the UK are encouraged to grow moustaches in support of the campaign.

The duo chose to fund-raise for Movember after Leigh was diagnosed with testicular cancer in 2015.

The shop was officially opened by Stratford mayor John Bicknell.

The barbers have a Movember fund-raising page to help them reach their £3,000 target.

Visit uk.movember.com/events/view/id/d93X to donate to the cause.

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