Golden Square security staff raised £1,300 in Movember

Warrington Guardian: Golden Square security staff raised £1,300 in Movember Golden Square security staff raised £1,300 in Movember

SECURITY staff at the Golden Square have raised £1,300 for the nephew of a colleague who is battling cancer.

The security guards at the shopping centre took part in Movember to raise money for Stephen William Erangey, aged 22 months, the nephew of Golden Square worker Ryan Fitzpatrick, who has stage 4 Neuroblastoma.

Ryan said: “We’re overwhelmed at how much has been raised, we’ve smashed the £500 target! I just want to say a big thank you to everyone who took part and those who have supported us.”

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8:59am Thu 12 Dec 13

path-head says...

I know there changing everything these, but surely not the months,get it right
Warrington Guardian.
I know there changing everything these, but surely not the months,get it right Warrington Guardian. path-head

9:01am Thu 12 Dec 13

path-head says...

I know there changing everything these day's, but surely not the months,get it right
Warrington Guardian.
I know there changing everything these day's, but surely not the months,get it right Warrington Guardian. path-head

9:07am Thu 12 Dec 13

Nick Tessla says...

path-head wrote:
I know there changing everything these day's, but surely not the months,get it right
Warrington Guardian.
Movember is correct - it is a well-established way of raising money for charity , where people grow moustaches in November.

However your use of there, instead of they're, and the apostrophe in day's are not correct. Your use of commas also leaves something to be desired.
[quote][p][bold]path-head[/bold] wrote: I know there changing everything these day's, but surely not the months,get it right Warrington Guardian.[/p][/quote]Movember is correct - it is a well-established way of raising money for charity , where people grow moustaches in November. However your use of there, instead of they're, and the apostrophe in day's are not correct. Your use of commas also leaves something to be desired. Nick Tessla

2:07pm Thu 12 Dec 13

path-head says...

yeh a job at Warrington Guardian
yeh a job at Warrington Guardian path-head

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