Retired business owner Graham Williams raised £600 for Macmillan Cancer Support by ‘braving the shave’. Graham, 67, from West Hallam, took part in Brave the Shave in memory of his wife who died from a form of lung cancer in April. The event took place at the White Hart pub in Stanley Village.
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