Mo must go to fund Africa trip
A FATHER has had a close shave to raise funds for his daughter's charity trip to Mount Kilimanjaro in aid of Cornwall Air Ambulance.
Julian Heath-Coleman, 52, bid farewell to his moustache after 30 years to support daughter Bev Heath-Coleman's trek.
He agreed to shave his head and face if colleagues at Securi-Guard Fire and Security in Plymouth raised more than £200 – but the actual figure was £650.
"I can't thank them enough," he said. "I think they all realised what a major event losing my moustache would be."
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The response had been mixed: "My daughters don't like it, but everyone else thinks I look better without it."
Miss Heath-Coleman, who lives in Hayle, said: "I nearly walked right past him; he's like a different person without his moustache. I can't thank dad enough for helping me to help the air ambulance."
She will depart in September on her fundraising trip.