ORGANISERS of Pink Ribbon Day Out want to leave the community with one message: we are with you.
Skye Bellamy said her best friend’s battle with breast cancer made her realise the need for help.
“As women and dedicated community members, we want to be supporting other women through these events,” she said.
“You often don’t realise it is bad for people that have cancer, its also very hard for the people’s loved ones … having the Pink Ribbon Day Out, it will be a nice relief and a good thing for the community.”
The Pink Ribbon Day Out will be held on Sunday, October 23 from 12pm to 4pm at Downside Hall.
The family fun day will include a barbecue lunch and live music, with a gold coin entry fee going towards breast cancer relief and research.