The Defence Fire and Rescue Service will be taking part in a Charity Event organized by the Citizens Advice Bureau tomorrow morning, in order to raise funds for the Gibraltar Community Association and Calpe House. The ‘Hose Run’ will travel through Main Street, with Fire Service officers laying hoses, in full breathing apparatus, from Casemates to the Convent and back again.
Many of those who grew a moustache over the month of November to raise money and awareness for the Prostate Cancer Support Group participated in a mass shave-off on Saturday morning in Casemates.
The Office of the Chief Minister is this year donating £3,500 to the Royal Gibraltar Regiment Benevolent Fund charity instead of sending out Christmas Cards. The donation marks the Regiment’s 75th Anniversary.
Ministry of Defence personnel raised almost £200 at the DTC this morning when they held a ‘Moustache Competition’, before the official shave off on Saturday, in aid of the popular Movember appeal.
All participants lined up for Commander British Forces, Commodore Ian McGhie to judge the ‘Movember-off’. The title of ‘Worst Moustache’ went to LPT Roy Cronin, ‘Most Likely to Contain Wildlife’ went to Pete Murray-Jones and overall winner with the grand title of ‘Best Moustache’ went to POPT ‘Bungay’ Edwards.
Childline is asking for a bit of extra support this Christmas on #GivingTuesday, which takes place on Tuesday 2nd December, and follows Black Friday and Cyber Monday.