Paul Lamond reveals huge Movember effort

The company donates £3,265 to the prostate cancer charity; Worlds Apart also raises money.
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Toy companies have been taking part in the November moustache growing charity event, Movember.

Paul Lamond Games raised £3,265 for Movember, which promotes the awareness of male prostate cancer. The grand total was reached after the generous games and puzzles firm fulfilled a pledge to match the final amount raised by staff.

Paul Lamond is still accepting donations – simply visit the Paul Lamond page at www.movember.com.

Richard Wells, sales director, said: "I would like to thank all those who donated so generously and helped us raise this fantastic amount of money for such a great cause."


The mustachio'd members of staff at Paul Lamond

Elsewhere, Worlds Apart also committed to a month of moustache making in November.

The Cornwall-based company collectively raised more than £800 to support the cause.


Left to right: Paul Collings, Tom Houghton, Brian Poole, Neil Gray, Rob Reading, James Austin-Smith, Joe Walker.

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