The Only Way Is Pink as Westfield Stratford City boosts Breast Cancer Care
Westfield Stratford City and Breast Cancer Care hosted Pink Friday all day long today in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Over 60 stores and restaurants offered special treats, exclusives and events to raise funds for Breast Cancer Care today and their efforts will continue over the entire weekend.
Lydia Rose Bright and her mother Debbie from The Only Way is Essex were supporting the cause and sold pink cakes for the charity from lunchtime today.
The Surrey Twisters staged a cheerleading performance and Gospel choir Revelation Singers performed, starting round about now (6pm).
The Pink Friday stand located on the first floor by John Lewis gave all-day free pampering, beauty treatments and pink Buttercup Cakeshop cupcakes! There were hand massages from L’Occitane, makeovers by Bobbi Brown, Clarin and the Body Shop, manicures by WAH Nail.
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Free food sampling was available from all shops in the Great Eastern Market.
There was a luxury raffle: Prizes included a �100 meal at Jamie’s Italian; pink Swarovski encrusted headphones from Fashion Rocks; an Olympic coin valued at �3,000 from Scoin, a hot pink ‘Hunny’ dress from Reiss; a pink Folli Follie watch; a �100 Hobbs voucher; �120 worth of Kiehl’s products; a baby pink tracksuit from S.Wear; a year’s worth of crepes from Crepeaffaire and gift sets from Aspinal of London and Waitrose.
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Vue offered prizes of tickets to see the new Disney movie The Help at Vue Westfield Stratford City.
Aspinal of London gave special offers & giveaways, pink champagne, cupcakes. Folli Follie had pink mini manicures available from 10am-4pm on Saturday 29 October for customers spending over �80 (subject to availability)
Fashion Rocks had exclusive pink t-shirts created in association with Breast Cancer Care are free with every purchase
Vero Moda had pink champagne and goody bags and sold pink cakes for sale with proceeds going to Breast Cancer Care
Forever 21 had In store promotions and exclusive offers for customers.
LK Bennett promised that ten per cent of all pink items purchased on the day will be donated to Breast Cancer Care and champagne was served between 5pm and 8pm
Goldsmith Boutique had pink macaroons served all weekend long; special ‘Guess Breast Cancer Care Watch’ was on sale with all proceeds going to the charity; any ‘pink’ item sold in store had a percentage donation made to the charity
Original Penguin gave ten per cent of sales from the men’s pink polo will go to Breast Cancer Care.
Neal’s Yard had free samples and pampering hand massages with their new Wild Rose Hand Cream - proceeds from the purchase will be donated to Breast Cancer Care
At John Lewis West End singers performed in store from 5-7pm on Friday with complimentary beauty treatments be available.
Searcy’s Champagne bar created a ‘Pink Bubbles Cocktail’ (with a donation going to charity) and enjoy strawberry and raspberry macaroons; all purchases of pink champagne will go to Breast Cancer Care; �10 Pink gift voucher giveaway
The Rhythm Kitchen wasd donating all proceeds from the sale of their ‘Pink Rum Punch’ on Friday to Breast Cancer Care
Las Iguanas had special pink cocktails served, with 10 per cent of the proceeds going to Breast Cancer Care; There are free pink biscuits with your coffee or tea and take away pink balloons!
At Bumpkin for every ‘Mums Pink Lemonade’ ordered ovdr the weekend, Bumpkin will donate �1.50 to Breast Cancer Care
Striking it lukcy at All Star Lanes, strawberry milkshake samples were given out plus there was an offer to buy 1 main meal full price and get a second for �1 (with portion of proceeds donated to Breast Cancer Care)
At the Chicago Rib Shack, home-made Pink Lemonade was being sold with a 20p donation for every one sold
Zumo gave a percentage of sales from their ‘Pretty in Pink’ smoothies will be donated to Breast Cancer Care
At Girafee �1 from each Cosmopolitan Cocktail sold was onated to Breast Cancer Care
At Comptoir Libanis half their salles from their pink lemonade will go to Breast Cancer Care
At GBK strawberry milkshakes were served and there was a competition to find 10 pink Kiwi birds in the walls in Westfield Stratford City to win a free meal!
At L’Orchidee �1 for each pink rose macaroon sold went to Breast Cancer Care
Other participating stores and restaurants include GBK, Front Up Rugby, Hobbs, EAT, Tortilla, The Real Greek, Boost Juice Bar, Dig Deep, Schuh, Lakeland, Scoin, Fat Face, Tommy Hilfiger, Next, MAC, Basler, The Sting, Dorothy Perkins, Starbucks, Jamie’s Italian, Wahaca, Umai by Japan Centre, Olive Oil & Oregano, Sky, Zack’s Deli, Karaway, Royal Indian Delicacies, Noshers Smoked Salmon, Arancini Italian Deli, Arabella Nuts & Delicacies, El Cantara, Purple Vanda, Hotel Chocolat, Pasta Remoli, As Nature Intended .