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Once again, St Paul’s is supporting Movember, ‘a moustache-growing charity event held during November each year’, raising ‘funds and awareness for prostate cancer and testicular cancer’ and, now, for men’s mental health, too.

At the start of November, men register with a clean-shaven face. They then have the remainder of the month to grow and groom their moustaches, raising money along the way.

Men’s mental health is a key focus of Movember UK and lies at the centre of our campaign.

Pupils in their final two years (Years 12 and 13; Lower and Upper Eighths) and a number of staff have signed up.

To find out more, and to support them, visit our Movember page (no login required).

Find out more about our work in support of charities.

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