The Moon Walk is coming to Cornwall

ST MAWES is to become the venue for a moonlit marathon walk to raise money for breast cancer sufferers in Cornwall.

Just before midnight on Saturday, June 1, hundreds of women are expected to embark on the Mermaid Moonlight Walk, a 26-mile power walk around St Mawes.

All money raised will go to Cornwall’s breast cancer charity,

The Pink Tie Ball coming soon – 5th April 2013

The Cornwall Pink Wiggers are at it again!

Their next big event is the Pink Tie Ball to be held at the fabulous location of the Greenbank Hotel in Falmouth on 5th April 2013

Tickets are available from the hotel and  are only £40 each

There’s a 3 course meal, portrait photo of each couple to take away,

By |February 7th, 2013|Charity, News|0 Comments

London to Paris – Charity Cycle Ride for Cornwall Breastcare and the Mermaid Centre

Laura Syme and her incredible cycling team “Biking for Boobs” (Sophie Clarke, Stephanie Gibson, Emma Stevenson, Katherine Holland, Oli Basham, Emma McMahon and Sam Mappin) and the support team (including Laura’s Mum Heather pictured centre) have recently completed a gruelling cycle ride from the London Eye to the Eiffel Tower.

Their amazing efforts of fundraising for the Mermaid

By |November 15th, 2012|Charity, Media, News|0 Comments

Pink Wig Event 2012 – Update

PinkWiggers Cheque Presentation to the Mermaid Centre and St Michaels Hospital:
L to R Prof Philip Drew, Josephine Brand, Sally Hicks-Wood, Sarah Zee, Mr Iain Brown

A massive Thank You to all the ‘Pinkwiggers’ from everyone at the Mermaid, St Michaels Hospital and the entire Cornwall Breast Care Team.

£3,000 of the funds raised has already

By |November 3rd, 2012|Charity, News|1 Comment

Don’t Miss Pink Wig Event 2012 – Falmouth

August 10th 2012 see’s the 4th annual Pink Wig Event in Falmouth.

What started as a small girls night out has now evolved into a coming together of hundreds of woman who are passionate about the same thing… raising money to help fund the necessary research into finding a cure for this terrible disease.

For the 2012 campaign, a proportion of

By |October 8th, 2012|Charity|0 Comments