Littleport Fund-raisers Get The Needle For Charity
A GROUP of women from Littleport raised money for Addenbrooke s Hospital in Cambridge by having a charity tattoo. The group of seven women, led by Louise Brighton whose mother Jinny is battling breast cancer, headed to 2-19 Tattoo s in Littleport where th
A GROUP of women from Littleport raised money for Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge by having a charity tattoo.
The group of seven women, led by Louise Brighton whose mother Jinny is battling breast cancer, headed to 2-19 Tattoo's in Littleport where they all opted to have a tattoo of a pink ribbon, a symbol of Breast Cancer Care, and the fight against the disease.
Mrs Brighton said: "I was very pleased with how it all went on the day, we did a lot better than I had expected and mum said she was really proud, so it was great."
The group managed to raise around �120 from the event to go with the hundreds of pounds they have raised through various other activities, including a sponsored head shave and a raffle.
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0254HD0409. Fundraisers, from left to right, Linda Moran, Sherrie Halls and Louise Brighton show off their tattoos, with Jinny Smith.
Photo: HELEN DRAKE
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