Kevin’s a Mo Bro!

Kevin Warburton of St. Helens at-home care company, Home Instead Senior Care, is cultivating his own creation to help raise awareness and funds for men's health, specifically prostate and testicular cancer.
Kevin Warburton of St. Helens at-home care company, Home Instead Senior Care, is cultivating his own creation to help raise awareness and funds for men's health, specifically prostate and testicular cancer.

A CARE boss from St Helens is becoming a Mo Bro for the month.

Kevin Warburton (pictured, right) is planning on cultivating a unqiue moustache between now and November 30 as part of Movember.

The annual month-long charity event encouraged men across the country to grow a tasche to raise cash for prostate cancer research.

Mr Warburton, network support manager with Home Instead Senior Care, bravely allowed staff pick what variety of moustache he should grow during the November charity event.

The dad-of-four said: “The staff here decided to get me to chose The Trucker, which is a similar style to the biker character in the Village People, so that should be fun!

“Cancer charities are close to my heart because I lost a close friend aged 54 to prostate cancer. So when this came up I though it would be a great way to raise some funds.”

The Movember event sees men all over the world are donating their upper lip and doing their bit for charity this month by growing moustaches to help raise awareness and funds for men’s health, specifically prostate and testicular cancer.

The funds raised are directed to programmes run directly by Movember and their men’s health partners, The Prostate Cancer Charity and the Institute of Cancer Research.

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n Are you becoming a Mo Bro? Get in touch by calling 01744 611011 or emailing sthelens.porter@lep.co.uk