Kingsbury students raise more than �200 for men’s health charities

Staff and pupils sported various styles of moustaches in sponsored chess session

Students in Kingsbury showed the many personalities a moustache can bring while raising vital funds for charity.

Staff and pupils from Kingsbury High School, sported various styles of moustache, during a marathon chess session at the school in Princes Avenue.

The event last week raised more than �200 towards men’s health issues including prostate and testicular cancer.

Amrit Minhas, a 14-year-old student at the school said: “Chess Club runs every week. This week, Chess Club was combined with the Movember fundraiser, to raise awareness for men’s health.

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“It was great fun. I was crowned Miss Movember because I wore my moustache throughout the whole day.”

A total of �233.55 was raised throughout the course of the traditional Movember fundraising, which encourages people to grow extravagant moustaches throughout November to raise money for charity.

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Shabaz Sayed, a science teacher said: “Movember was a chance for us at Kingsbury High School to pull together and raise awareness and money for Men’s Health, more particularly prostate and testicular cancer.

“With a packed room, we had loads of laughs and managed to raise some money adding to our Movember fund.

“I think this has highlighted the community spirit here at KHS and I would like to thank everyone for their support and donations!”

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