Melanie’s bright idea for charity
STAFF at Wyboston Lakes were awash with pink when they took part in fundraising for this year s Breast Cancer Awareness month. Receptionist Melanie Naylor, a veteran of fundraising activities, persuaded her colleagues to think pink, resulting in many arri
STAFF at Wyboston Lakes were awash with pink when they took part in fundraising for this year's Breast Cancer Awareness month.
Receptionist Melanie Naylor, a veteran of fundraising activities, persuaded her colleagues to think pink, resulting in many arriving at work in pink shirts, T-shirts and ties.
The sale of pink ribbons, balloons and pink buns, especially made by Wyboston Lakes' inhouse baker Gordon Byatt, helped swell the coffers, and at the end of a long the team has raised £260.
Linx Printing Technologies of St Ives also took part in the Breast Cancer Campaign and raised more than £130.
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Staff wore their pink garments, paying £2 into the fundraising pot.
Linx raised £139.42 towards continued research into the cure for breast cancer.
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