30-year-old mo goes to help cause

AS IF toiling to build the landmark Icon Ipswich wasn't enough, 50 workers on the Hutchinson Builders project took part in Movember.

Yesterday the workers had a party at the site with a raffle and other activities to raise more money for the popular annual charity event.

One of the main events took place when safety officer Ashley Hendrickson had his mo of 30-odd years shaved off by Charlie's Barber.

"We raised $1000 just from the raffle and $8000 all up, including donations through the website and everything else," said site manager Dave Warner, whose dad recovered from prostate cancer. "We're hoping to get up to $10,000."



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