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Young Farmers raise £3,500 through Movember shave for childrens cancer charity

The 13 members and ex members braved the shave for auction donations.


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A collection of the lads who raised £3,500 for LATCH.
A collection of the lads who raised £3,500 for LATCH.
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Gwent Young Farmers raise £3,500 through Movember shave for childrens cancer charity

Gwent Young Farmers have raised £3,500 for a children’s cancer charity through the Movember initiative.

 

About 13 members and ex members of the club grew moustaches throughout November – starting off clean shaven on November 1 – before auctioning the chance to shave off their beards for donations towards LATCH Welsh children’s cancer charity.


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Three of the men then also volunteered their heads to be shaved through an auction for further donations.

 

LATCH supports children receiving treatment for cancer at the Children’s Hospital for Wales, and is one close to county chairman Trevor Bowen’s heart after he and his family had their help when he was a youngster.

Mr Bowen said: “I must say a massive thank you to everyone who helped raise this fantastic total for such a great cause.

 

“Being a charity so close to my heart, it really does mean a lot.”

 

Those pictured include (L-R): back row: Dan Edwards, Ollie Duthie, Tom Berry; middle row: Stew Hodges, Chris Lewis, Carwyn Tranter, Rhys Cooke; knelt: Mark Roberts, Trevor Bowen and Windsor Howells.

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