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Gallery: Razors at the ready as Movember draws to a close

PUBLISHED: 17:12 27 November 2012

Keith Young, David Grant, Kevin Kerridge, Andrew Mowles, Adam Sharman, Peter Grimsey and Trevor Clarke, all members of staff at MW Partridge have grown their moustaches for Movember.

Keith Young, David Grant, Kevin Kerridge, Andrew Mowles, Adam Sharman, Peter Grimsey and Trevor Clarke, all members of staff at MW Partridge have grown their moustaches for Movember.

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FOR the past month women have been forced to put up with hideous moustaches as their partner’s raise awareness of testicular cancer.

Movember gets bigger and better every year - wherever you turn someone has a walrus, handlebar or toothbrush moustache. But after weeks of suffering, women everywhere are now saying their prayers because there are just days to go before these ingenious creations will be gone forever.

Before you shave off your moustache and collect in the your sponsorship money, make sure you take a photo and send it to us via iwitness.

Don’t forget to tell us how much you have raised for the cause.

These Movember supporters have already spread the word about their fundraising, can you better their efforts? Upload your images at suffolk.iwitness24.co.uk - follow the link above right.

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