Bosom Buddies raise hundreds of pounds for breast cancer charity

Bosom Buddies Tracey Norris Jo Sansom and Sue Gore
Bosom Buddies Tracey Norris Jo Sansom and Sue Gore

A group of women who run a friendship and advice scheme for female cancer sufferers raised £1,500 for Breakthrough for Breast Cancer, The Hospice of St Francis and Macmillan Cancer Support with a charity dinner.

The Tring Pink Night at Olive Limes Indian restaurant last Thursday was a big success for the group that started a year ago.

Founder member Tracey Norris said: “The event was sold out and we had some great raffle prizes donated by local businesses including Grass Roots, RMCA tax consultants, Olive Limes and Gorgeous Lingerie, to name a few.

“Everyone enjoyed themselves, the food was fantastic and it felt like all the people that came really embraced the whole evening.”

Tracey launched Bosom Buddies with her pals Jo Sansom and Sue Gore (pictured) in 2011 with the aim of offering support to women who had breast cancer.

The women had all experienced the disease and knew there was a need for a friendly and casual group where women could go for advice or just a chat.

The group meets every second Monday of the month at Orchard Children’s Centre at Dundale Primary School in Silk Mill Way, Tring.

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