Against Breast Cancer on the Market Place

October 27, 2012

Against Breast Cancer on the Market Place
Against Breast Cancer had a special day on the Market Place, and around town, turning everything pink including the Town Crier’s bell.
Against Breast Cancer on the Market Place
It was all to raise awareness and funds to fight Breast Cancer and this young lad did a sponsored  hour long pogo stick jump – his mum is involved in the charity.
Against Breast Cancer on the Market Place
Emily seen here with the Mayor is one of the organisers. They brought in celebrities such as Kerry Kat ona who had a good crowd, Bobby Davro, Steve Collins the boxer, a group called The Soldiers, an Elvis and Rod Steward tribute act, and a choir called the Didcot Divas..
Against Breast Cancer on the Market Place
Also Dwina Gibb, the widow of Robin Gibb was there as patron of the charity.

Tonight at 7:30 there will be a Firewalk on the market place – more of that anon.

Filed under: Market Place, charity

4 Comments Leave a Comment

  • 1. Newcomer  |  October 27, 2012 at 5:55 pm

    Backstreeter will be the Celebrity Firewalker this evening. Come see him singed and whimpering ;0)

  • 2. Cassandra  |  October 27, 2012 at 6:44 pm

    Great day today – hope they made lots of money. Well done to all of the shops who decorated their windows….they were fantastic. It prompted me to walk around and look at them all over again.

  • 3. Hester  |  October 28, 2012 at 11:11 am

    The Soldiers were brilliant – didn’t have time to see any more. Well done to all those involved – hope the cold weather didn’t affect your takings.

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