Modelling applications are now open for the 2014 Breast Cancer Care fashion show, which is being held on Wednesday 12th November, 2014. Closing date for applications is the 31st March. The Breast Cancer Care Scotland fashion show is an amazing occasion of fashion, fundraising, celebrities and real models taking to the catwalk showing that you can look …
A big Thank You to Bo’Ness Chiropractic who continue to support us in many ways on a daily basis. It is really appreciated!
We’d like to thank Oyster Oyster for their continued support with collection tins on their counter. …every little helps 🙂
We had another successful Pamper Day at Harburn House in February. Many thanks to Harburn House owners & staff, and all volunteers who gave up their time to make the ladies feel special, and shared their expertise with us. I’m sure you’ll agree the ladies look fabulous!
Thank you & good luck to the many marathon runners and teams running in aid of Bosom Buds of Scotland this year. We hope you enjoy the challenge and have suitable distance running weather.
There will be a demonstration of Mediumship by Gary Cook & John Beattie, followed by a Disco at Armadale Masonic Hall on Saturday 31st May, commencing at 7pm. Tickets are priced at £8 each, and include the Mediumship demonstration, a light supper afterwards & a disco to end. There is also an optional fancy dress …
Thanks once again to Hard Rock Cafe for their continued support. Their most recent fundraising venture selling bracelets raised £1,400! We are extremely grateful for their continued support.
The workers at John Bean Technologies Ltd raised a whopping £690 for Bosom Buds of Scotland from their staff raffle. This was a huge surprise and we are extremely grateful to everyone who bought raffle tickets and donated prizes. Thank you once again.
A massive thank you to Meaghan Forrest from Armadale, a pupil at St. Kentigerns Academy for raising £484.65 for Bosom Buds of Scotland. Meaghan raised £255.50 of the money by doing a 45 mile long sponsored walk between Edinburgh and Glasgow, and a further £229.15 from a coffee morning held at St. Kentigerns Academy. This is …
Debbie, Susan & Nichola ran the Alloa Half-Marathon to raise funds for Bosom Buds of Scotland and raised an amazing £557. Well Done ladies! … and thank you.