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19 November 2012

Clayton, Norwood and Ward doing their bit for Charity

Huddersfield Town stars Adam Clayton, Oliver Norwood and Danny Ward are doing their bit for Charity this ‘Movember’ by growing moustaches in aid of Prostate Cancer UK.

The trio are supporting ‘Movember’ – the moustache growing charity event – to help raise awareness and funds for the Football League’s Official Charity Partner for the 2012/13 season, Prostate Cancer UK.

Each season, Movember raises awareness and millions of pounds for men's health with Prostate Cancer UK being Movember's prime beneficiary partner in the UK. 

With the support of its 72 clubs, The Football League and Prostate Cancer UK are aiming to raise both money and awareness of prostate cancer and promote a positive message for men's health. One in nine men will develop prostate cancer at some stage in their life and every hour someone dies from the disease.

In order for their face grooming efforts to have been worthwhile they need your support and money, which will go directly to Prostate Cancer UK. 

Check out their current efforts below – 19 days into the challenge – and click on the link to donate!

You can donate money to each player individually, or to their team (HTAFC) by clicking HERE.

Throughout ‘Movember’ each player has updated their moustache growing ability via their twitter feeds – click HERE to find a full list of Town players on twitter and start following!

Huddersfield Town has already shown its support of Prostate Cancer UK this season when mascot Terry the Terrier took part in the annual ‘Mascot Race’ – click HERE to see how Terry got on!

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