Did we take your picture in the fashion show, or maybe you were snapped doing a sponsored walk?
See who you can spot in these throwback gallery, of patients, warriors and fundraisers who all had a story to tell.
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1. All eyes were looking up
At the Owen Building , Sheffield Hallam University, where people were abseiling down from the top of the building, in aid of Imperial Cancer Research Fund's Think Pink appeal for breast cancer awareness month in 1998
2. Keeping warm
Rossington's Kim Blythe and Sheffield's Dawn Peters both of the Management team at Crystal Peaks Shopping Centre in space blankets after completing a gruelling 26.2 miles walk marathon in aid of Breakthrough Breast Cancer in 1999 raising £2001 for the cause
3. Designer brooch
A Silver brooch in the shape of a flower has been designed and made by the Assay Office to be sold for funds for Breast Cancer research, Charlotte Speak left who made the brooch and designer Wally Hayes with the brooch in 1999
Photo: Stuart Hastings (Staff)
4. Not just a walk in the Park
Walkers set off in Graves park to raise funds for the Imperial Cancer Research Funds breast cancer research programme in 1999
Photo: Barry Richardson