Donate your bra in Bawtry for cancer causes

Bawtry lingerie shop '& She Knows' is collecting bras to recycle in support of Breast cancer Awareness Month. Putting up the bra bunting are (L-R) joint owner Emily Harbon, Emma Gosling, of Bawtry Retail Association, and joint owner Sarah Craven  Picture: Liz Mockler D2520LM

Bawtry lingerie shop '& She Knows' is collecting bras to recycle in support of Breast cancer Awareness Month. Putting up the bra bunting are (L-R) joint owner Emily Harbon, Emma Gosling, of Bawtry Retail Association, and joint owner Sarah Craven Picture: Liz Mockler D2520LM

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Women are being encouraged to donate old or unwanted bras along with a £2 donation to raise cash for charity.

Bras can be put in the pink bins in Bawtry shops including & She Knows…, Robinsons of Bawtry and Elite Hair & Nails until October 17 and then displayed as bra bunting in the town.

All funds raised will be split between Aurora and Breast Cancer Care.