Women get upfront about cancer

MoonWalk walkers: front (from left) Katie Phillips and team captain Sarah Machin who is no longer taking part since becoming pregnant but is actively fundraising; back ' Pat Price, Denise Watson and Jayne Thorpe. Photo supplied

MoonWalk walkers: front (from left) Katie Phillips and team captain Sarah Machin who is no longer taking part since becoming pregnant but is actively fundraising; back ' Pat Price, Denise Watson and Jayne Thorpe. Photo supplied

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BREAST cancer research is a cause close to the hearts of a group of employees at Warners Group Publications at Bourne.

They have all lost somebody or know family and friends who have been affected by the disease.

Now the women – team name Myrtle and her turtles – plan to join thousands who will be striding out in trademark decorated bras for the 15th MoonWalk London on May 12 to raise money and awareness for vital breast cancer causes.

MoonWalk London is organised by health charity Walk the Walk which says one in eight women in the UK is expected to experience some form of breast cancer.

Follow the team at www.walkthewalkfundraising.org/myrtle_her_turtles