Welwyn Garden City fountain turned pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

PUBLISHED: 15:27 01 October 2015 | UPDATED: 15:32 01 October 2015

Lynne Sparks, (Mayor) with Richard Erwin, (General Manager), from Roche with the pink fountain for breast cancer awarness month

Lynne Sparks, (Mayor) with Richard Erwin, (General Manager), from Roche with the pink fountain for breast cancer awarness month

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The Coronation Fountain in WGC has once again been dyed pink to mark Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

It is the 11th consecutive year Roche Products Ltd and Welwyn Hatfield Council have teamed up to transform the fountain.

Welwyn Hatfield mayor, Lynne Sparks, said: “It’s become a much loved tradition here in WGC to see the fountain turn pink in October.”

Breast Cancer Awareness Month is an annual campaign designed to increase awareness of the disease, and highlight the importance of taking steps to detect it in its early stages.

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