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Mini Photo Sessions - Breast Cancer Awareness Month

14/10/2013
Annmarie Meredith Photography in Muswell Hill will be a pink hero on Friday 25th October.
Annmarie Meredith Photography in Muswell Hill will be a pink hero on Friday 25th October.

Annmarie Meredith will be raising money for wear it pink by offering mini photo sessions on 25th October, for ladies affected by breast cancer, to help raise funds for Breast Cancer Campaign’s vital research.

On contacting Annmarie and booking a slot, participants will have a series of ‘feel-good’ portrait photographs taken and will receive two 5x7 prints in return for a donation of £10 for the campaign.

Annmarie Meredith says “I’m very excited about wear it pink this year and looking forward to meeting and photographing ladies who have been, or are still facing this challenging period in their lives. I want to help them feel good about themselves with some gorgeous professional photographs. With one in eight women still being diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime it’s so important that we support Breast Cancer Campaign to help raise funds for their vital and lifesaving research”

Annabel Tompkins, wear it pink Senior Manager at Breast Cancer Campaign said: “This October marks the 11th anniversary of Breast Cancer Campaigns annual national fundraising event wear it pink. We are so grateful to Annmarie Meredith for taking part and we hope everyone has a fantastic time and enjoys being a pink hero for the day. Their support will allow us to continue funding vital breast cancer research and help us get one step closer to finding a cure.”

If you would like to get involved with wear it pink this year then please visit www.wearitpink.org for further information and to order your fundraising pack now.

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To find out more and book a photo session please contact me on
Email: annmariemeredithimages@gmail.com.

Notes to editors
The Breast Cancer Campaign Tissue Bank, the UK’s first ever national breast cancer tissue bank is a unique collaboration with four leading research institutions to create a vital resource of breast cancer tissue for researchers across the UK and Ireland. Visit breastcancertissuebank.org
Breast Cancer Campaign aims to beat breast cancer by funding innovative world-class research to understand how breast cancer develops, leading to improved diagnosis, treatment, prevention and cure
As of March 2013, the charity currently funds 86 projects worth almost £16million in 33 locations across the UK and Ireland
Breast cancer is the most common cancer in the UK and accounts for nearly one in three of all cancers in women
In the UK, around 50,000 new cases of breast cancer are diagnosed each year - that’s 137 a day. Visit breastcancercampaign.org or follow us at twitter.com/bccampaign