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Tickled Pink

Customers and colleagues at Asda Warrington have been helping raise money and awareness for our Tickled Pink breast cancer charities with this fun selfie photo frame.

Liz starts the Tickled Pink activity

The store’s Community Champion Liz Cotterill kicked off a month of fundraising activity to mark the 20th anniversary of the campaign.

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Posted in Tickled Pink on 30 September 2016
Tickled Pink

The Only Way Is Essex star Debbie Douglas joined our Leyton Mills colleagues to support this year’s Tickled Pink campaign.

Debbie and Tracie

Debbie was delighted to pop in to help launch the campaign – which is now in its 20th year.

This year, the UK-wide campaign will exceed the £50 million fundraising mark through in-store activities, including tombolas, bucket collections and lucky dips.

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Posted in Tickled Pink on 30 September 2016
Tickled Pink

TV presenter Andrea McLean joined colleagues and volunteers at our Burgh Heath store to help support this year’s Tickled Pink campaign.

Andrea and the team

Tickled Pink is now in its 20th year, and to help make this landmark anniversary even more special Andrea grabbed a collection bucket and helped raise funds in store.

The money collected goes to our charity partners Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Now to help fund cancer research and support services.

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Posted in Tickled Pink on 29 September 2016
Tickled Pink

We’ve teamed up with a host of celebrities to raise awareness for this year’s Tickled Pink campaign.

Celebrities promoting Tickled Pink

Michelle Heaton, Sam Faiers, Coleen and Linda Nolan and Lisa Snowdon all took part in a ‘Proud to be Pink’ photoshoot to help celebrate the campaign’s 20th anniversary.

The campaign is aiming to reach the fundraising milestone of £50 million this year – with funds going towards Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Now.

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Posted in Tickled Pink on 26 September 2016
Tickled Pink

Volunteers from across Northern Ireland came together at our Portadown store for a special sponsored knit-in to mark the 20th anniversary of our Tickled Pink breast cancer campaign.

20 years of Tickled Pink

The women are members of a group who meet monthly to make Knitted Knockers – a lightweight alternative to silicone prostheses for women who’ve had mastectomies. The knitted versions are more comfortable, easier to fit and can be worn inside a normal bra.

Our Portadown Community Champion Elaine Livingstone (above, second from right) invited the Knitted Knockers of Northern Ireland into the store after meeting founder Joanne Harris (below left) at the group’s first sponsored knit-in this summer.

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Posted in Tickled Pink on 24 September 2016