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Fundraising events to be held as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

PUBLISHED: 14:36 01 October 2018 | UPDATED: 14:37 01 October 2018

Fundraising events will be held at the ASDA Lowestoft store as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Picture: ASDA

Fundraising events will be held at the ASDA Lowestoft store as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Picture: ASDA

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Staff at a store in Lowestoft will be ‘Tickled Pink’ this month as a series of fundraising events are held.

This October, Asda colleagues in Lowestoft will raise vital funds for charities, Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Now, as part of the retailer’s Tickled Pink campaign.

Fundraising activity will take place in store and locally throughout Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

A spokesman for Asda Lowestoft said: “This year, colleagues in Lowestoft will be in the pink throughout Breast Cancer Awareness Month to raise awareness of breast cancer, and the fundraising activities taking place in store and in the local community.

“From a pink non-uniform day, cake sales to a tombola, colleagues will be busy raising funds for the charities supported through Tickled Pink to ensure that care and advice is available for anyone facing a breast cancer diagnosis.

“At Asda Lowestoft, we will be proud to be pink – and we hope you can join us!”

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