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'Tache force' success with charity fundraising

Mo bros: (l-r) Chris Roads, Mike Walker, Chris Harris, Chris Bond and Barry Maynard

Mo bros: (l-r) Chris Roads, Mike Walker, Chris Harris, Chris Bond and Barry Maynard

In a smooth move from Movember to December, fundraisers at our Midlands region added a respectable £600 to cancer charity coffers.

The “tache force” of company directors signed up for the popular charity stunt at the start of November, joining the growing Mo Bros movement raising money for research into prostate cancer.

Their total raised so far comes from sponsorship, collecting tins and a cake sale organised at the company’s head office in Peterborough.

Having completed the challenge, land director Mike Walker, technical director Barry Maynard, sales director Chris Roads, finance director Fraser Hopes, production director Brendan Blythe, commercial director Chris Harris, company solicitor Peter Carr and managingdirector Chris Bond are now minus their impressive moustaches!   

Chris said: “It’s a great cause and a bit of fun too. This is the kind of fundraising event that gets people talking and hopefully donating to the cause and we are delighted to say that we’ve raised around £600 – so thanks to everyone who supported us.”

Did you know?

Our insulation process includes blowing insulation into cavity walls, which means our homes are better insulated because there are less air gaps.

Over £133m has been committed by Linden Homes to improving local communities since 2010.