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Stuart's Shearing

About 8 months ago, Stuart Fitzpatrick, who has been a volunteer here at Wilton RDA for nearly two years, decided to grow a beard. It seemed a good idea at the time but now he is fed up with it. Stuart then had the idea of having it shaved off in aid of Wilton RDA. The beard has to go” he said “It is hiding my good looks!” The day of judgement will be Friday...

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Total raised
£55.50

Target
£250.00

22%

Donations accepted until 18-11-2016

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Stuart's Shearing

About 8 months ago, Stuart Fitzpatrick, who has been a
volunteer here at Wilton RDA for nearly two years, decided to grow a
beard. It seemed a good idea at the time
but now he is fed up with it. Stuart
then had the idea of having it shaved off in aid of Wilton RDA. The beard has to go” he said “It is hiding my
good looks!” The day of judgement will be Friday 11 November . Anyone sponsoring Stuart will have their name put into a hat
and whoever is pulled out will have the opportunity to shave his beard off if
they wish to do so. “I would quite like
to have a Mexican Tash if they are able to do it” said Stuart. There are certainly people at the Centre who
are handy with horse clippers but who lack barber skills so this could be
interesting.

Please donate and come along to see it being done!

Event date

22-October-2016

Event type

Beard Shaving

Event is completed

Activity log

Donation by Anonymous
on 25/10/2016
Donation by Anonymous
on 24/10/2016
Donation by Anonymous
on 22/10/2016
Donation by Anonymous
on 22/10/2016
Donation by Anonymous
on 22/10/2016

Donation summary

Direct donations:(online) £32.50
Direct donations:(offline) £23.00
Donations to fundraisers:
(online)
£0.00
Donations to fundraisers:
(offline)
£0.00
Total Raised: £55.50
Total Raised
with gift aid:
£63.00

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