wear it pink
It's the most wonderful time of the year. And whilst devouring sprouts and our annual rendition of Away in a Manger come a close second, the best thing about the festive season is undoubtedly the chance to gather with family and friends and to reflect on all that has happened over the year.
Today is the day that hundreds of thousands of supporters, scientists and people affected by breast cancer across the UK embark on a common and colourful mission, striving passionately to beat this dreadful disease through funding ground-breaking research.
Over half of Brits (52%) take the time to fundraise for charity, a new survey by Breast Cancer Campaign has revealed. And
In just over a week's time, pink will be (hopefully) completely unavoidable. The dawn of October brings with it the beginning of Breast Cancer Awareness Month - a month dedicated to increasing awareness of breast cancer, raising funds for research into the disease, and ensuring that issues affecting breast cancer patients remain high on the political agenda.
On Friday, October 24, celebrities including Kirstie Allsopp, Alex Jones, Rebecca Adlington, Eliza Doolittle and Lauren Pope
This October, it's time to bin the beige and #wearitpink to help raise money for Breast Cancer Campaign. Since October is
Breast Cancer Campaign is a breast cancer charity with a clear, single-minded focus: to fund breast cancer research in order
With Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2014 just around the corner, Britain is gearing up for its annual explosion of pink-themed