Thinking pink for cancer awareness

SIXTH form students and members of staff at De Aston School were a vision for the 'Wear it Pink' day in aid of breast cancer.'Year 12 student Hayley Jacklin had been inspired to organise the event after reading a leaflet sent to her tutor.'The campaign also has a personal meaning for Hayley, who has a family friend affected by the illness.'The event raised �209.88 and Hayley is pictured, third left, with some of those who were keen to take part.
SIXTH form students and members of staff at De Aston School were a vision for the 'Wear it Pink' day in aid of breast cancer.'Year 12 student Hayley Jacklin had been inspired to organise the event after reading a leaflet sent to her tutor.'The campaign also has a personal meaning for Hayley, who has a family friend affected by the illness.'The event raised �209.88 and Hayley is pictured, third left, with some of those who were keen to take part.
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SIXTH form students and members of staff at De Aston School were a vision for the ‘Wear it Pink’ day in aid of breast cancer.

Year 12 student Hayley Jacklin was inspired to organise the event after reading a leaflet sent to her tutor. The campaign also has a personal meaning for Hayley, who has a family friend affected by the illness.

The event raised £209.88 and Hayley is pictured, third left, with some of those who were keen to take part. PS