Movember team up and running at Wimpole Hall

PUBLISHED: 17:15 07 November 2014 | UPDATED: 17:15 07 November 2014

Movember Wimpole runners.

Movember Wimpole runners.


Runners put on a united front in Wimpole at the weekend to show their support for Movember.

The Movember team was launched at Wimpole by 230 parkrunners – including 70 women, children and men sporting fake moustaches – showing they’re happy to look silly for a good cause.

Parkrunners team leader Chris Lee, who is taking on the ‘top lip challenge’ this year, said: “Movember is about fun and fundraising to focus attention on testicular and prostate cancer and mental ill health through a month of moustache-growing.

“Every moustache is intended to start a conversation about something on which men often stay silent through embarrassment – personal health issues.”

Runner David Jordan is a founding member of the Wimpole parkrunners team.

He explained his reasons for taking part: “For me, Movember is the one month of the year where us blokes, the ones that don’t like to talk about our health, feel able to share information. “As runners at Wimpole parkrun we all get little niggles, especially as we get older, and we talk about the injury and share our experiences of sorting them out.

“So Movember and parkrun make a great team.”

To support the Wimpole parkrunners Movember team, go to

Details about the weekly Wimpole parkruns are at


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