Bishopbriggs’ Happitots Nursery received a visit from Jo to mark Breast Cancer Campaign’s ‘wear it pink’ day.
To raise money for breast cancer research, staff and children dressed in items of pink clothing and took on various sponsored activities, including a sponsored dance, paint and themed cake sale.
Jo visited the nursery to find out how their ‘wear it pink’ activities had gone on the official ‘wear it pink day’, 28th October.
“It’s great to see local nursery Happitots raising awareness about breast cancer through ‘wearing it pink’. Both the youngsters and adults alike had a brilliant time raising money and trying to beat last year’s fundraising total.
“Breast Cancer Campaign’s work is vital, as every year in Scotland, around 4,200 women and 26 men are diagnosed with breast cancer. I hope everyone in East Dunbartonshire and beyond will recognise the importance of this campaign, and get kitted out in something pink if they haven’t already!”
For more information on Breast Cancer Campaign, see their website:www.breastcancercampaign.org