Students go pink in support of Breast Cancer Now

Bridgewater students wear it pink for Breast Cancer Now

October was Breast Cancer Awareness Month and on Thursday 17th the Senior School came together with other schools and communities across the nation to ‘wear it pink’ and show support for all those affected by breast cancer.

With over half a million people in the UK currently living with the impact of breast cancer, this was an unmissable opportunity to raise money for UK charity Breast Cancer Now, who need help to make life-threatening research and life-changing support happen.

Thank you to everyone for your generosity and such an amazingly pink turnout. Together we raised an incredible £636.

As a family focused school, championing and supporting others lies at the heart of everything we do.


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