Wearing pink to raise charity cash

Staff and members of Energie Fitness for Women in Portsmouth, dressed up in pink for Wear it Pink Day, raising awareness of breast cancer .''''Pictured are: (l-r) Vilma Zekoniene, member, Denise McClafferty, fitness instructor, Saule Noka, member, Anna Monen, owner, Elena Whitefield, fitness instructor and Galina Cuhnova, member, with some of the pink cupcakes.''Picture: Sarah Standing (123498-455)
Staff and members of Energie Fitness for Women in Portsmouth, dressed up in pink for Wear it Pink Day, raising awareness of breast cancer .''''Pictured are: (l-r) Vilma Zekoniene, member, Denise McClafferty, fitness instructor, Saule Noka, member, Anna Monen, owner, Elena Whitefield, fitness instructor and Galina Cuhnova, member, with some of the pink cupcakes.''Picture: Sarah Standing (123498-455)
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DEDICATED staff at a women’s fitness club donned their brightest pink clobber to raise vital charity cash.

Workers at Energie Fitness For Women in Commercial Road, Landport, Portsmouth, dressed up and laid on a raft of activities in aid of Wear It Pink Day last Friday.

Cash raised from the event is to be donated to the Breast Cancer Care charity, which offers information and support to everyone affected by breast cancer.

Brightly coloured bras were hung up at the fitness centre and staff baked cakes to help raise funds.

They were supported by women who use the centre. To make a donation call (023) 9282 6985.