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Norwich barbers to host charity day in aid of testicular cancer research and awareness

MR. Barbers shop in Norwich. Directors, left, Luke Watson and Conor Marks.
 Picture: ANTONY KELLY

MR. Barbers shop in Norwich. Directors, left, Luke Watson and Conor Marks. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

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A barbers in Norwich will be marking its first birthday with a charity day in aid of testicular cancer.

MR. Barbers, on Lower Goat Lane in the city, will celebrate the occasion with the charity day on Sunday, March 25.

While the barbers usually operates on a bookings basis, it will be open to walk-ins for the day and will be asking people to donate what they can to the Norwich-based It’s On the Ball, which raises funds and awareness for testicular cancer.

The business hosted a similar event last year, to mark its opening, and raised roughly £900.

MR. Barbers has 15 stores across the country, with the majority of the shops in East Anglia.

The Norwich branch opened in March last year, with a focus on a traditional style of male grooming.

For more information on It’s On the Ball and how you can help, visit www.itsontheball.org


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