Posted by: purpleandrew | October 31, 2010

We are the baldies!!

A big fantastic thank you to all those who came along to our Macmillan fundraising event yesterday at St Brides Hall in Douglas.

The baldies!!

It was really great to see you all, in costume or just to support this cause.

A special big thank you to all those who gave up their time and money with donations and help for the event,

Mane Attraction for a raffle prize and coming along to do the hair shave off

Raffle prizes also from

Douglas Co-op

Spice of Life Indian Takeaway Douglas

Farrens Pharmacy

Morrisons Lanark

Tesco Lanark

Arran Arromatic’s Toiletries

Diageo Drinks

Martine McFarlane – reflexologist

Fiona McLaren – sound therapist

Jeanette Addie – loads of stuff

Gail Addie – tarot readings

and anyone else i have missed

The hair and beard shave off was a surreal experience, i now have a cold head when i go out!!

The preliminary figure for the amount raised yesterday is just over £450 taking our total so far well over £1100. 

Don’t forget you can still donate to macmillan via the page, look for Andrews close shave for Leslie

Take care all
the bald purpleandrew


  1. Looking good ! 😉 Jx

  2. Hi, you two! Thanks again for having me and Jonathan with you yesterday. It was great to see the transformation of purple Andrew. Suits you much better, by the way! Hope all is going well for you both. My best wishes with lots of positiv energy are on their way to you both.
    Lots of love
    Markus (&Jonathan)

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