Wear pink...if you dare!
Visitors to the Wayland Partnership are being dared to wear pink on Friday in a bid to raise money for Breast Cancer Research.Breast Cancer Campaign is daring everyone in the UK to wear an item of pink on the last day of this month and donate £2 to the charity to help beat breast cancer.
Visitors to the Wayland Partnership are being dared to wear pink on Friday in a bid to raise money for Breast Cancer Research.
Breast Cancer Campaign is daring everyone in the UK to wear an item of pink on the last day of this month and donate £2 to the charity to help beat breast cancer.
Iain Cockburn, the partnership's centre manager, said “Any visitor to Wayland House on that date will not be allowed entry to the building be they staff, tenants or anyone else unless they are wearing something pink.
“Anything pink qualifies for entry such as a tie, socks or a pink shirt for the guys or anything more imaginative.
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“For the ladies, it would not be pc to make any suggestions so we will leave it to your imagination.”
Even people who do not visit the partnership's High Street headquarters on the day can still support the fund raising effort by donating £2 when they drop by.
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All donations go to fund innovative, world-class research throughout the UK to understand how breast cancer develops, leading to improved diagnosis, treatment, prevention and cure.