Posted: 11th December 2013
Two of the Williamson’s team have recently been involved in hairy escapades - all for good causes.
First up, Nigel “Mo” Stannard, our commercial property expert, who this year joined in the Movember challenge. The Movember Foundation – ‘Changing the face of men’s health’ - ‘supports world class men’s health programmes that combat prostate and testicular cancer and mental health challenges.’
Nigel endured the agony of an itchy fizzog throughout last month to cultivate the fine specimen you see in the photograph above. He wasn’t in the slightest bit of a hurry to get rid of it last weekend...
You can see more photographs of Nigel and his Mo Bros (you can even make a donation if you wish) at the link here.
Meanwhile our principal was caught up in another fund-raiser hair-raiser last Saturday at a dinner and auction raising funds for the Little Princess Trust charity dedicated to providing real hair wigs for children suffering hair loss as a result of cancer treatment.
The dress code was – apparently – black tie and pink wig (see photo). Michael Williamson said that it was probably more comfortable than the traditional horse-hair wig that is still required in some formal court proceedings but doubts that this style is likely to gain judicial approval.
Venue for the Motown at the Mill event was the excellent Tithe Barn at Haselbury Mill just outside Crewkerne.