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Nailsworth turns pink for the day!

PUBLISHED: 12:00 07 October 2011 | UPDATED: 20:06 20 February 2013

Nailsworth turns pink for the day!

Nailsworth turns pink for the day!

Nailsworth boutique KnickerBockers is supporting the Breast Cancer Campaign during October by donating 10% off all sales of selected pink items to the charity

Nailsworth turns pink for the day!

Nailsworth boutique KnickerBockers is supporting the Breast Cancer Campaign during October by donating 10% off all sales of selected pinkitems to the charity.

Shop manager Diane Tearle and owner Verity Symcox have decided to have a very pink display in the shop window for the whole month, not only to attract attention but to raise awareness of the charity and Breast Cancer Awareness month.

We have specially ordered in pink lingerie and nightwear to help raise money for Breast Cancer Campaign, when a customer spoils them self to a pink lingerie set or pink nightwear we pledge to donate 10% of their sale to charity, says pants 'guru' Verity.

Someone is diagnosed with cancer in the UK every two minutes and breast cancer is the most common forms of the horrible disease, explains Diane. One woman in nine will be affected by the illness during her lifetime in the UK so it is important that we all do our bit and especially in the industry we are in.

The boutique will also be supporting 'wear it Pink' day on Friday,October 28 for the Breast Cancer Campaign by offering a 20% discount on the day for anyone wearing pink and donate 2 in store to the charity.

For more information or call KnickerBockers on 01453 835871.

KnickerBockers,16 Fountain Street,Nailsworth,GL6 0BL. OpenMonday to Saturday, 10am-5pm.

PHOTOGRAPH: Shop manager Diane Tearle outside KnickerBockers.


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