The Usual Fuzzpects: Worlds Apart celebrates Movember

Dubbed Los Peludos, the firm has already raised £500 for the men's health charity
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Worlds Apart embraced Movember once again this year, taking on a gangster theme to raise money in the fight against testicular cancer.

The usual fuzzspects - dubbed Los Peludos - took to growing their moustaches to change the face of men's health, and were further spurred on as two close family members were diagnosed with testicular cancer.

Comprising of Richar Carter, Jon Turnham, Neil Gray, James Austin- Smith, Stewart Cole and Paul Collings, Los Peludos were joined by female member Harry Baylis who baked a moustache shaped cake to further the effort's awareness.

The team has already raised over £500 and still accepting donations for the charity, which can be made at http://moteam.co/los-peludos.

Gray of Worlds Apart, said: "Movember is becoming part of World Apart;s calendar of key events. While one might regard it as a bit of fun and an excuse not to have a shave for a month, the most important thing is that we focus on the importance of raising awareness of men's health.

"The fact that two of our families have been affected by testicular cancer this year is a sobering thought and we are even more determined to do all we can to make a difference."

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