Staff at Munro Medical Centre in Spalding will be raising awareness of cervical cancer from July 14, supported by Coversis who have created stickers and banners for the centre.
The Pink Pants campaign hopes to encourage women aged 25-65 to go for their cervical screening tests regularly.
Deborah Marshall, who has organised the event, said: “The campaign runs to make women aware that they need to make sure they keep up to date with their smears.
“Smears are important as they are essential for picking up abnormal cells in the cervix as early as possible.”
Pictured are Kirsty Manson, Looby Crofts and Tracy Dash.