Groups and organisations have been going pink for Suffolk Breakthrough Breast Cancer and have been donning tutus and pink wigs to raise funds and awareness of the work the charity does.
Children and mums at Little Squigglers pictured entered into the spirit of the event and enjoyed some pink balloon play during one of its sessions.
Others who took part during October were The Coffee House on Moreton Hall, staff at The One Bull, Liberté Fitness, Joanna Brown’s Zumba class, Curve Motion and the BMI Hospital.
Laura Hudson from the charity. which has raised more than £600,000 since it started in 1999, said: “There have been tutus and pink wigs galore, but amongst the fun we have been able to spread the words about the life saving work that Breakthrough does.”
The charity funds research, campaigns for better services and treatment and raises awareness. All its members are all volunteers.