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Pink ladies do charity walk from Droitwich to Worcester

Droitwich Editorial 7th May, 2015 Updated: 17th Oct, 2016

A TEAM of 20 ladies took part in a ten mile charity midnight Pink Walk from Droitwich to Worcester.

The group who all work for Open GI, a Worcester-based technology solutions provider, embarked on the challenge on April 25.

It raised more than £2,200 which will go towards the Worcestershire Breast Unit Campaign. That was launched in 2007 by Steven Thrush, a consultant breast surgeon, with the support of a small group of trustees and volunteers.

The aim of the cause is to raise £1.8million to fund a new dedicated breast unit at Worcester Royal hospital to be used by women and men across the county for all breast related issues.

The team, who will be wearing decorated clothing, plan to start at midnight and keep going until they reach the finish at Worcester Royal Hospital.

Chris Guillaume, Open GI’s CEO, said: “Each year we pledge to raise money for a local charity to enable them to continue to deliver their key services.

“It never ceases to amaze me how dedicated and forthcoming the staff are towards supporting our chosen charity, with the Pink Walk as a prime example.”

Visit to support the cause.

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