Breast Cancer Awareness Month

For the month of October, women around the world are helping to raise awareness and money for Breast Cancer Awareness. It is vital that we help provide support and care for anyone who is effected by this horrendous disease. Myself and my FABB friends are this month helping to raise awareness and we have also whipped up a FABBulous raffle in the form of an amazing hamper filled with clothes, make-up, perfume, tan and jewellery. All donated from us ladies in aid of Pretty ‘n’ Pink, a Northern Ireland based breast cancer charity. We also want to try to raise £500 for this brilliant charity, so ladies, lets start donating!

It is important to always check your breasts for lumps, bumps or anything unusual. You can check them yourself or simply make an appointment with your local GP if you’re unsure. Breast Cancer is the most common type of cancer in women in Northern Ireland with at least 1 in 9 people being diagnosed with the disease. The disease tends to affect older women but is becoming more common in women under 40. By seeking help on how to check for signs, it could be a matter of life or death. By detecting it early, it could save your life. This is why it is so important to know the facts about breast cancer.

To enter the FABB raffle visit, and donate a minimum of £5. Simply leave your email address along with your donation and you will be contacted at the end of the month if you’re the lucky winner. It is the ultimate hamper to win and of course you’ll also be doing your part in raising awareness for such a magnificent cause.

If you would also like to find out more about Pretty ‘n’ Pink then visit:


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