Builders at Adderbury development to wear pink for charity

Builders on the Addebury Fields development will be wearing pink hi-vis jackets to support the wear it pink campaign and breast cancer awareness. NNL-151022-105034001
Builders on the Addebury Fields development will be wearing pink hi-vis jackets to support the wear it pink campaign and breast cancer awareness. NNL-151022-105034001

Builders and site staff working for homebuilder David Wilson Homes in Adderbury are wearing pink hi-visibility vests to help raise awareness of breast cancer.

Staff at the award-winning Adderbury Fields development on Milton Road will be joining thousands of people across the country by wearing pink clothing tomorrow (Friday) in support of the Breast Cancer Now campaign.

In addition to sporting pink hi-vis vests and hats, David Wilson Homes Mercia has donated £500 to the cause.

Two million pounds was raised by wear it pink supporters last year, funding life saving research across the UK and Ireland and this year campaigners hope to raise even more through encouraging businesses, schools and individuals to wear it pink.

John Fitzgerald, managing director for David Wilson Homes Mercia, said: “We really wanted to get involved in wear it pink, and thought the best way to do this would be to ask site staff to wear pink hi-visibility vests on the day.

“As well as building quality homes, we want to help local communities and family charities, and I think this is a great way to do so. Not only is it a bit of fun, it also supports important, life-saving research, and we hope that we can help the Breast Cancer Campaign to raise more money than ever.”

Adderbury Fields currently has a range of two, three, four and five bedroom houses available priced from £270,000.

For more information please visit www.dwh.co.uk or call 0844 8113322.

For more information about Wear it Pink please visit www.wearitpink.org

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