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21 November 2012 / company-announcements
Staff at personal injury claims company, National Accident Helpline, have been taking part in Movember to raise funds and awareness for prostate cancer, in support of Northampton Town Football Club’s (NTFC) Movember campaign.
NTFC visited NAH HQ in Kettering, Northamptonshire where a number of staff have been sponsored to grow moustaches during November, and are pictured alongside Clive Platt and Kelvin Langmead showing off their facial hair.
Movember is responsible for the thousands of moustaches on men’s faces in the UK and around the world throughout November, helping raise funds and awareness for men’s health, specifically prostate cancer.
Women at National Accident Helpline were also doing their bit by sporting fake moustaches for a day.
Beth Powell, consumer director at National Accident Helpline, said: “We fully support Northampton Town Football Club’s Movember campaign and we’re incredibly excited about working with them to help raise money and awareness for prostate cancer. Movember is a great initiative for our business to get involved in. We’re encouraging our employees to grow a moustache as well as take part in a number of fundraising activities we’ve organised throughout the month.”
(L-R: Robert Stark, Andy Findlay, Dan Thomas, Kelvin Langmead, Clive Platt, Colin Reid, Steven Martin)
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