Send us your Movember photos
The North Norfolk News is appealing to charity-conscious men (and women) to send in photographs of their moustaches.
In next week's paper, we are hoping to carry pictures of a myriad of impressive 'mos' grown as part of the Movember movement.
They can be individual shots, group shots, sports team, work colleagues - in fact, anyone in north Norfolk who has grown a mo.
To get people in the spirit, Steve Downes has made an attempt to grow a moustache, which, if you study the photo carefully, you might be able to see.
Steve, the News' deputy editor, said: 'A relative of mine has recently had prostate cancer, so it is a cause that is close to my heart. Unfortunately, my 'tache is so light and fluffy that few people have even noticed it.'
The staff of Corner House Dental Practice at Cromer have also entered the fray by holding a 'Movember day' on November 16. The men dyed their moustaches pink, while the women sported stick-on versions.
Movember has taken off since its launch in Melbourne, Australia.
- 1 Norfolk singer's big hopes for her girl band's debut single
- 2 First look inside: New deli and surf shop open on coast
- 3 'Beheading' comment sees councillor reported to police
- 4 Man died on 50th birthday at Norfolk coastal campsite
- 5 Council urged to take over ownership of derelict Cromer nightclub
- 6 Mammoth Marathon winner says course was 'one of the hardest'
- 7 Prince Harry's ex marries north Norfolk hotelier
- 8 'Everything has gone up' - How mum Melanie is dealing with cost of living
- 9 First coastal road marathon in three decades hailed 'magnificent' success
- 10 The Female Fisherman 'overwhelmed' by national award win
Throughout the month of November, thousands of men grow a moustache from scratch to raise funds and awareness for men's health, in particular testicular and prostate cancer.
You can email your photos to email@example.com, tweet them to @nthnorfolknews on Twitter or post them on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/NorthNorfolkNews