Andrew Brown loses hair for Toy Trust

Published on: 3rd June 2013

Flair’s Andrew Brown has gone the extra mile ahead of the Toy Trust Big Kids Bike Ride on the 8th June.AndrewBrown300

Andrew and two other members of the Flair team have had their heads shaved ahead of this year’s charity event. Andrew also had his legs part-waxed (if an area didn’t get sold the hair was not removed), plus, thanks to Toy World, one arm is now hairless, all in aid of a good cause.

On the 8th June a team of 10 from Flair will form part of the 163 cyclists participating from 20 companies taking on the cycling challenge to raise money for the Toy Trust’s chosen charity, Special Bikes for Special Kids, which provides custom-fitted trikes for profoundly disabled UK children.

At last count, the total raised by Flair including Gift Aid stands at £3,355, with a goal of £4,500.

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