Every mo helps say Tesco staff

By Harriet Ernstsons Friday 23 November 2012 Updated: 23/11 10:44

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DELIVERY drivers at a Redditch supermarket are letting their mo grow to support awareness of men's cancers.

Around 20 of the Dot Com team and five bakers at Tesco Extra in Oakenshaw have been growing moustaches throughout November - renamed Movember in a bid to raise money for cancers which affect men. Two of the women on the team have also shaved their heads in order to join in with the fund-raising. Cancer Research UK is currently Tesco's charity of the year.

A spokeswoman for the store said: "Steve Cook who is a Dot Com driver had testicular cancer and is very keen on raising awareness of this disease so the Dot Com team decided to support him by joining in Movember."

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