Pictures: Iconic landmarks turn pink to support Breast Cancer Campaign

October 23, 2014 admin No comments

 Iconic landmarks along the River Thames turned pink last night for Breast Cancer Campaign's vital research, in the lead up to wear it pink day (Friday 24th October) - London Marriott Hotel County Hall

London Marriott Hotel County Hall. Photo by Joe Pepler/REX

Last night Iconic landmarks turn pink to support Breast Cancer Campaign.

About 6.30pm, as it got dark, a number of buildings and landmarks across the UK were lit up in pink lights to remind the nation to support research into breast cancer.

If you’d like to support remember to wear pink tomorrow. That’s the 24th October 2014.For more info access Wear in Pink .

Pulteney Bridge joins iconic landmarks across the UK in turning pink to support Breast Cancer Campaign's vital research ahead of wear it pink day (Friday 24th October)
Old Joe Clocktower at The University of Birmingham joins iconic landmarks across the UK in turning pink to support Breast Cancer Campaign's vital research ahead of wear it pink day (Friday 24th October)
Iconic landmarks along the River Thames turned pink last night for Breast Cancer Campaign's vital research, in the lead up to wear it pink day (Friday 24th October) - Hugerford/Golden Jubilee Bridges
Belfast Castle joins iconic landmarks across the UK in turning pink to support Breast Cancer Campaign's vital research ahead of wear it pink day (Friday 24th October)
The Eden Project joins iconic landmarks across the UK in turning pink to support Breast Cancer Campaign?s vital research ahead of wear it pink day (Friday 24th October)
The Falkirk Wheel joins iconic landmarks across the UK in turning pink to support Breast Cancer Campaign?s vital research ahead of wear it pink day (Friday 24th October)
Iconic landmarks along the River Thames turned pink last night for Breast Cancer Campaign's vital research, in the lead up to wear it pink day (Friday 24th October) - London Marriott Hotel County Hall
Iconic landmarks along the River Thames turned pink last night for Breast Cancer Campaign's vital research, in the lead up to wear it pink day (Friday 24th October) - National Theatre and Waterloo Bridge
Gateshead Millennium Bridge joins iconic landmarks across the UK in turning pink to support Breast Cancer Campaign?s vital research ahead of wear it pink day (Friday 24th October)
The Marble Arch fountain joins iconic landmarks across the UK in turning pink to support Breast Cancer Campaign's vital research ahead of wear it pink day (Friday 24th October).
The Eden Project joins iconic landmarks across the UK in turning pink to support Breast Cancer Campaign?s vital research ahead of wear it pink day (Friday 24th October)
Granary Square fountain in King's Cross, London joins iconic landmarks across the UK in turning pink to support Breast Cancer Campaign's vital research ahead of wear it pink day (Friday 24th October). Granary Square fountains are lit pink
Iconic landmarks along the River Thames turned pink last night for Breast Cancer Campaign's vital research, in the lead up to wear it pink day (Friday 24th October) - Southbank Centre's Queen Elizabeth Hall
Belfast Castle joins iconic landmarks across the UK in turning pink to support Breast Cancer Campaign's vital research ahead of wear it pink day (Friday 24th October)
St Michael's Mount joins iconic landmarks across the UK in turning pink to support Breast Cancer Campaign's vital research ahead of wear it pink day (Friday 24th October)
Iconic landmarks along the River Thames turned pink last night for Breast Cancer Campaign's vital research, in the lead up to wear it pink day (Friday 24th October) - Oxo Tower
Chatsworth House joins iconic landmarks across the UK in turning pink to support Breast Cancer Campaign's vital research ahead of wear it pink day (Friday 24th October)
Granary Square fountain in King's Cross, London joins iconic landmarks across the UK in turning pink to support Breast Cancer Campaign's vital research ahead of wear it pink day (Friday 24th October).
Iconic landmarks along the River Thames turned pink last night for Breast Cancer Campaign's vital research, in the lead up to wear it pink day (Friday 24th October) - Hugerford/Golden Jubilee Bridges
Old Joe Clocktower at The University of Birmingham joins iconic landmarks across the UK in turning pink to support Breast Cancer Campaign's vital research ahead of wear it pink day (Friday 24th October)


















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