Posted by: purpleandrew | October 30, 2010

It’s D-Day, the hair and beard shave off for Macmillan

It has been a hectic few days getting ready for the event today. In between bouts of resting and laying down we have collected donations from local shops and supermarkets for the raffle and made a few things for the stalls.

Friends and family are preparing to gather at the Douglas Arms Hotel for 11am followed by the fundraising event at St Brides Hall in Douglas from 12 noon until 4pm.

Come and join us as we raise as much money as we can for Macmillan.

The hair and beard shave off is at 2pm,

Leslie and I hope to see you there

If you can’t make it, you can still donate to Macmillan at the just giving page

www.justgiving.com and look up Andrews close shave for Leslie

Thanks all

purple andrew, soon to be bald andrew!!

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  1. May the Force be with you! Jxx


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