Get set to strike a pose, pull a face and give a wave to commemorate your Girls Night Out achievement in the all new photo booth.
Crowds of women will walk around Bury St Edmunds in their pyjamas on September 13 to raise money for St Nicholas Hospice Care in the charity’s biggest annual fund-raiser.
For the first time this year those taking part will stop at a photo booth with friends and fellow walkers to create a memento.
Jenny Baskett, St Nicholas Hospice Care hospice events and challenges fund-raiser, said: “It’s something new, something fun and something people can have as a memory.
“We want people to record the success of completing Girls Night Out and raising money for a wonderful cause.”
On the night, fund-raisers in flashing pink ears will be sponsored to walk either six or 11.2 miles.
The photo booth will capture images at Green Duck, opposite Asda, in Western Way, as well as on the finishing line.
Each group will take a photo away, with more available to purchase the following day.
Martin Green, of dm photo booth hire, will be behind the camera. He said: “It’s a perfect way to record your achievement and a fun way to remember the evening.”
More than 250 women have signed up for this year’s event.
Ms Baskett said: “We’re thrilled more than 250 women have already decided to walk with us, but we ideally want hundreds more to join them on the night!
With Girls Night Out it is definitely a case of the more the merrier so I urge women to take the plunge and sign up.”
Registration for Girls Night Out is open, with an early sign-up offer of £10 per person valid until May 31 (£15 registration June 1 onwards).
To register go to www.stnicholashospicecare.org.uk