Help us raise money for Breakthrough Breast Cancer

On Saturday June 23rd, we’ll be ‘painting it pink’ in the Berry Blue Café and Bistro to raise money for Breakthrough Breast Cancer.

The Paint it Pink Day for Dursley and Cam has been organised by a group of women in the town, in memory of Jo Ueung, from Cam, who sadly died last year of breast cancer.

Our lemon and rosemary drizzle cake

It is a charity that is special to owner of Berry Blue Louise Brown because her mother died of breast cancer when she was young.

You’ll see the café and our staff sporting pink all day, and weather permitting we will have a pink cake stall outside the café with all proceeds from the sales going to the charity. Donations will also be very welcome.

Poster for the event

In the evening why not book up for our Paint it Pink Bistro Evening with profits also going to charity.

The set price of £30 includes three course meal from our pink themed menu, a glass of pink fizz on arrival and for the whole evening we will have live music from a jazz pianist. For every person £10.00 will go to Breakthrough Breast Cancer, a fantastic charity that funds research into the disease but also works to promote breast cancer awareness and early diagnosis.

We really hope as many people support this event, and in turn support Paint it Pink and Breakthrough Breast Cancer.

The three course dinner menu will be available soon. You can book by calling 01453 547595 or email berry.blue@sky.com

Categories: Charity

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