CHEFS, waiters and managers at an Indian restaurant donated £1,100 to an air ambulance charity after going a month without shaving.
Staff at the Barn Indian Restaurant, in Draycott in the Clay, raised the money for the Midlands Air Ambulance after the took part in Movember.
Movember is a month-long campaign in which men grow facial hair to during November to raise awareness about men’s health issues.
The money has now been donated to staff at the air ambulance in Tatenhill.
Andy Craig, 58, the licensee of the restaurant, told the Mail one member of staff raised £245 for the collection.
He said: “There was 11 of us who took part.
“Obviously the air ambulance is a really important charity because it saves lives.
“We all know people in the village who have needed to use it.
“It’s a life-line and if the public don’t donate to them then the helicopters would not fly so it’s reliant on donations.”