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Geoff gets growing his ‘tache again for charity

Published: 16 November 2017 - Fiona Garcia
BEFORE PIC: Geoff Godsall has committed to growing a moustache this month for charity
BEFORE PIC: Geoff Godsall has committed to growing a moustache this month for charity

Wyevale Nurseries trading foreman Geoff Godsall is growing a moustache this month in aid of a hospice in Hereford. 

Mr Godsall, who has worked at Wyevale Nurseries for 30 years, will be growing a moustache for the second year running to fundraise for St Michael’s Hospice.

He said: “I chose to support St Michael’s Hospice again this year as it’s such a vital local charity. It offers a fantastic service to the community during particularly hard times. Both the hospice and Macmillan Nurses have helped my friends and family in the past. I just had to show my support again this year for such a worthy cause.

“I will be growing my moustache during November and I will be able to shave it off on December 1. Last year I managed to raise £260 for the hospice so I am hoping to match that figure this year.”

St Michael’s Hospice in Bartestree looks after people age of 18 and above with progressive life-limiting illnesses at various stages of their journey. It also provides care and support for patients’ families, friends and carers.

Mr Godsall will be fundraising for the worthy cause via www.justgiving.com/fundraising/geoff-godsall1

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