Wisbech branch of Harrison Murray raises £170 for Breast Cancer Awareness

PUBLISHED: 08:30 05 November 2011

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ESTATE agent Harrison Murray and its customers raised more than £170 for Breast Cancer Awareness by embracing the ‘Wear It Pink Day’ campaign.

As well as donning campaign t-shirts, the company’s Wisbech branch organised a raffle and a competition to guess the name of the pink piggy bank.

Charlie Green, the company’s director, said: “I’d like to say huge thanks to the team for getting into the spirit of things and helping to put together a fun event in aid of a very worthy cause.

“And a very big thanks to our customers who dug deep into their pockets too.”

The total will be added to the amounts raised by other Harrison Murray branches around the region before it’s donated to the campaign.


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