Uplifting annual charity event proves as popular as ever

(l-r) Rebecca Dickerson, chair of Bawtry Retail Association, Doncaster Rovers' Paul Keegan, Andrew Littam, of Doncaster Rovers, Emily Harbon and Sam Sudworth, of & She Knows, Bawtry, Doncaster Rovers' Jed Steer and Peter Bradley, of Aurora, start to put bra bunting up around the Courtyard, Bawtry for breast cancer awareness. Picture: Andrew Roe
(l-r) Rebecca Dickerson, chair of Bawtry Retail Association, Doncaster Rovers' Paul Keegan, Andrew Littam, of Doncaster Rovers, Emily Harbon and Sam Sudworth, of & She Knows, Bawtry, Doncaster Rovers' Jed Steer and Peter Bradley, of Aurora, start to put bra bunting up around the Courtyard, Bawtry for breast cancer awareness. Picture: Andrew Roe

A lingeries boutique has shown its support for charity by organising it’s eye-catching annual bra bunting campaign.

For the third year shop & She Knows in Bawtry called on ladies to donate old and unwanted bras which were turned into bunting and hoisted in the town.

The boutique in The Courtyard, Bawtry, came up with the way to promote Breast Cancer Awareness month.

Owner Emily Harbon said: “Lots of businesses in Bawtry really get behind this event and are kind enough to have our eye catching pink collection bins in their establishments.”

The bras will now be donated to an overseas charity for ladies to wear or sell.