Thorpeness: Ladies encouraged to take at Walk on the Wildside for Breakthrough Breast Cancer
LADIES are invited to put their best foot forward and join in a charity stroll along Suffolk’s coast.
Breakthrough Breast Cancer’s Walk on the Wildside is taking place from Thorpeness Country Club on the morning of Thursday, October 11.
Around 180 ladies were a vision in pink when they stepped out for last year’s fundraiser – and this time around promises to be no different.
There is a choice of a seven-mile or 12 -mile route, followed by lunch at Thorpeness Country Club.
Sarah Williams, who is helping organise the event, said it was a great chance for friends to get together and explore Suffolk’s heritage coastline.
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“It promises to be great fun,” she said. “A lot of people make a day of it by getting a group of friends together who dress up in their most shocking pink outfits.
“It’s a lovely way to see some of Suffolk’s heritage coast, while at the same time raising money for a very worthy cause.
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“Anyone interested in finding out more or who wants to take part can either contact myself or log on to our website.”
Last year’s event – which raised around �4,500 for Breakthrough Breast Cancer – saw people dress in a variety of costumes, ranging from a band of marauding pirates through to maids with fluffy dusters.
Breakthrough is committed to finding the causes of breast cancer, improving detection, diagnosis, treatment and services.
For more information visit www.suffolkbreakthroughevents.co.uk or contact Sarah Williams on 07917 462894.