WEARING PINK FOR BREAST CANCER AWARENESS

The proprietor of Mrs B’s Son Limited, Lesley Simcock and staff members wore something pink on Breast Cancer Awareness Day, as they served a free cake to every customer who made a donation to the charity Breast Cancer Now . The special fundraising day at the baguette, sandwich bar and cafe in the George Shopping Centre, on Friday October 18th, raised £100.36 for the charity. Lesley said: “My work colleague Sarah mentioned the idea and we’re very happy to raise money as and when we can for the cause.”

Breast Cancer Now is the UK’s largest breast cancer charity, dedicated to funding research into the devastating disease. A spokesperson for the national charity said: “Every Breast Cancer Awareness month, annually held in October, where people wear pink brings together thousands of people on one day, all with the same aim – to wear pink, raise money and help make life-saving breast cancer research happen.”

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