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Wheely great way to support Breast Cancer walk
5:30pm Thursday 21st February 2013 in News
The Brighton Wheel turned pink for one night to support a major charity fundraiser.
The tourist attraction was helping to promote Breast Cancer Care’s Pink Ribbonwalk.
Organisers are calling on people across Brighton and Hove and Sussex to sign up for the event, which is supported by The Argus.
Anyone aged 18 or over is welcome to sign up and take part in the walk, which takes place at Petworth House on June 1.
Entrants can choose a ten-mile or 20-mile walk.
Breast cancer is the most common cancer in the UK and most people know someone dealing with it.
It costs £30 to register to take part, but walkers are required to raise a minimum of £175 of sponsorship to help fund the charity’s practical and emotional support services.
People can bring family, friends and colleagues to for the walk, which will be followed by a village fete-style celebration, including a barbecue, massage and entertainment.
To register to take part, visit www.pinkribbonwalk.org.uk or call 0870 145 0101.
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