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Call for businesses to support cancer research awareness

PUBLISHED: 08:52 05 January 2018 | UPDATED: 08:52 05 January 2018

Think Pink and Blue charity dinner at Open venue. Committee members, left to right, Fiona Ryder, Dean Harper, Sarah Softley, Dawn Knibb and Ruth Thurston.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Think Pink and Blue charity dinner at Open venue. Committee members, left to right, Fiona Ryder, Dean Harper, Sarah Softley, Dawn Knibb and Ruth Thurston. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

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Businesses are being urged to show their true colours by dressing in pink and blue in aid of cancer charities.

Think Pink and Blue is calling for firms to help raise funds for research into ovarian and prostate cancer by taking part in an awareness day this month.

Businesses will be displaying pink and blue balloons on January 15, with companies such as Jarrold, First Buses and Norwich Markets taking part, and the team are encouraging people to dress in blue and pink to recreate the organisation’s logo at The Forum, in Norwich, at 12.30pm.

The not-for-profit group is hosting a gala dinner at Open in Norwich on March 2 with the funds raised going towards work to treat ovarian and prostate cancer being undertaken at University of Cambridge and University of East Anglia.

To get involved contact organiser Sarah Softley at Softley Events on 01603757658 or write to bookings@softleyevents.co.uk.

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