Sismouth store to go pink for cancer research

PUBLISHED: 11:00 27 October 2010

FUNDRAISING staff at a Sidmouth store will be in the pink today as they bid to raise vital cash for cancer research.

FUNDRAISING staff at a Sidmouth store will be in the pink today as they bid to raise vital cash for cancer research.

Fields employees will don their best pink clothes and pay for the privilege as Breast Cancer Awareness Month draws to a close.

If anyone missed the recent Wear it Pink Day in Sidmouth, the Market Place store has offered another opportunity for customers to support the cause.

The business will stage a raffle and its coffee shop will offer special pink delights.

“As an organisation which directly provides support to women affected by breast cancer by offering a free fitting service, and working closely with FORCE, we understand the trauma these ladies have to go through”, said Fields’ Claire Jenkins.


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