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17th July 2019

Trinity Park Employees take part in Movember


Employees from Trinity Park Events Centre in Ipswich will be cultivating their moustaches this month in aid of a national campaign to raise money for The Prostate Cancer Charity.


During the month of Movember (formally November) thousands of men up and down the Country are expected to sprout moustaches for this fantastic cause. The Trinity Park team known as ‘The Trinity Park Taches’ will be preening their upper lips throughout November in the hope of producing the biggest and best moustache. They are laying down the challenge for other teams to join them in a friendly competition to see who can generate the thickest, best manicured upper lip hair over the next 4 weeks.

Steve Carroll, Head Chef at Trinity Park Events Centre, and team Captain of The Trinity Park Taches, said ‘Incredibly, prostate cancer rates in the UK are comparable to those of breast cancer in women, but as men we tend to be reluctant to talk about our health.

‘Our Movember team at Trinity Park are delighted to be helping to raise awareness of prostate cancer, raise funding to support sufferers and of course have a little fun along the way’

Christine Bond, Commercial Manager at Trinity Park, added ‘I was thrilled to hear that our male members of staff were taking part in such a worthy cause. We have been involved in many cancer awareness events at Trinity Park in the past and through our philanthropic programme helped to raise considerable sums of money. It’s great to now be able to participate in a campaign supporting male cancer.’

The Trinity Park Taches will be cultivating their moustaches throughout November and you can follow their progress by following Trinity Park on Twitter @trinityparkUK. To donate please visit www.mobro.co/TrinityParkTaches

More than 37,000 men are diagnosed with Prostate Cancer in the UK every year* and funds raised by the Movember campaign allow The Prostate Cancer Charity to provide key services which really make a difference to the men and families who are affected by this disease.

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