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Tickled Pink

There were smiles all round at a special pink-themed coffee morning arranged by our Coleraine store’s Community Champion Sheila Palmer to raise money for Tickled Pink.

Fundraising for Tickled Pink

More than 100 members of the local community, including the Lord Mayor of the Causeway Coast and Glens, Alderman Maura Hickey, attended the coffee morning organised by Sheila and 2nd Chance Community.

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Posted in Tickled Pink on 19 October 2016
Tickled Pink

A big thank you and well done to all our customers and colleagues at Asda Altrincham who’ve been supporting Tickled Pink in lots of ways – including one of the legs of an epic 100-mile sponsored relay walk around all our stores in Greater Manchester.

Colleagues show their support

Our breast cancer charity campaign, which raises money and awareness for Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Now, is marking its 20th anniversary this year, and our Altrincham store’s Community Champion Lynsey Page has been busy arranging a series of events to support it.

Customers have been taking pictures in the store with our selfie photo frame, as well as joining in games such as pass the parcel, guess the number of sweets in the jar and name the teddy.

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Posted in Tickled Pink on 18 October 2016
Tickled Pink

Meet the “Pink Ladies” – some of our fabulous Community Champions who teamed up for a special tour around our Bristol stores to raise money for Tickled Pink.

Tickled Pink in Bristol

Our annual breast cancer charity campaign is a cause close to their hearts as one of the group and several of their close colleagues have had breast cancer.

The colleagues staged a Pink Ladies Tour in stores across Bristol to mark the campaign’s 20th year and help raise funds for our charity partners Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Now.

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Posted in Tickled Pink on 18 October 2016
Tickled Pink

Colleagues at our Bromsgrove store swapped their green Asda uniforms for a range of pink outfits on a special Pink Day for our breast cancer charity campaign Tickled Pink.

Asda Bromsgrove's Pink Day

The store’s Community Champion Alison Huxley and colleagues arranged the day to say thank you to customers for supporting Tickled Pink, which raises money for Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Now.

Customers at the store have donated around £1,000 to Tickled Pink so far this year, as the campaign celebrates its 20th anniversary.

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Posted in Tickled Pink on 14 October 2016
Tickled Pink

Volunteers jumped on their exercise bikes and cycled for 20 hours in our Dewsbury store to help raise money for Tickled Pink.

Volunteers in store

Volunteers including Dewsbury MP Paula Sherriff and local charity Streetbikes joined colleagues at the store to support the Tickled Pink campaign with an in-store cycle challenge.

Their efforts raised £1,300 for breast cancer charities Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Now.

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Posted in Tickled Pink on 12 October 2016