Getting ‘wiggy with it’ for Cancer Trust

Pictured is Long Sutton Food Store colleagues, from left, Alison Mason, Jack Atkin (back row), Tanya Harvey, Sandie Burton, Lewis Roulstone (back row), Christine Reed, store manager Matt Brown and April Hinegan''Lincolnshire Co-operative colleagues have been raising money for the Teenage Cancer Trust during their 'Get Wiggy With It' day!''Date: July 31, 2015 ANL-150408-112419001
Pictured is Long Sutton Food Store colleagues, from left, Alison Mason, Jack Atkin (back row), Tanya Harvey, Sandie Burton, Lewis Roulstone (back row), Christine Reed, store manager Matt Brown and April Hinegan''Lincolnshire Co-operative colleagues have been raising money for the Teenage Cancer Trust during their 'Get Wiggy With It' day!''Date: July 31, 2015 ANL-150408-112419001
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Staff at Lincolnshire Co-op’s food and travel outlets in Long Sutton got “Wiggy With It” to raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust.

They joined colleagues from all over Lincolnshire in swapping their normal hairstyles for outrageous wigs.

Pictured is Long Sutton travel centre colleague Suzy Williams''Lincolnshire Co-operative colleagues have been raising money for the Teenage Cancer Trust during their 'Get Wiggy With It' day!''Date: July 31, 2015 ANL-150408-112431001

Pictured is Long Sutton travel centre colleague Suzy Williams''Lincolnshire Co-operative colleagues have been raising money for the Teenage Cancer Trust during their 'Get Wiggy With It' day!''Date: July 31, 2015 ANL-150408-112431001

Staff in food stores, pharmacies, post offices and travel branches across the county raised well over £10,000.

Get Wiggy With It is one of Teenage Cancer Trust’s biggest fundraising opportunities every year, with schools, businesses and individuals all welcome to join in.

The initiative aims to raise awareness of the impact that chemotherapy can have, and allows people to stand in solidarity with the teenagers.

Money was raised by customers buying £1 quiz sheets, with great prizes on offer.