Construction staff at David Wilson Homes in Cambridgeshire dressed to impress during Breast Cancer Awareness Month to help raise awareness for Breast Cancer Now.

The site team at the Ramsey Park development on Biggin Lane switched out their usual hard hats and high visibility jackets on Friday, October 20, for bright pink hats and vests to do their bit for the Wear It Pink campaign.

In addition to donning the pink PPE, a donation of £200 has been made by David Wilson Homes South Midlands to Breast Cancer Now to support its work.

The Hunts Post: The team wore pink hard hats and bright pink high visibility jackets for the day.The team wore pink hard hats and bright pink high visibility jackets for the day. (Image: David Wilson Homes)

Ben Kalus, managing director at David Wilson Homes South Midlands, said: “As a leading housebuilder, it’s extremely important to us to support charities and communities in the areas in which we build new homes. We hope our donation will support the charity to continue with its important work.

“Our construction team had a lot of fun getting to wear the pink PPE for the day, and this will have sparked a lot of conversations on-site to hopefully raise awareness of the campaign and Breast Cancer Now’s work.”

Wear it Pink was first introduced more than 20 years ago and has raised over £39 million for Breast Cancer Now.

The charity helps towards funding cutting-edge research across the UK and Ireland to help find a cure for breast cancer at all stages.

Its mission is to make sure by 2050, everyone with breast cancer lives and is well-supported.

For more information about the charity, visit the website at Wear It Pink.

For details about any developments in the area, visit the website at David Wilson Homes in Cambridgeshire.