The ten best Breast Cancer awareness month goodies

Coronation Street actresses Brooke Vincent and Sally Dyvenor show their support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Coronation Street actresses Brooke Vincent and Sally Dyvenor show their support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
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Things to make life easier and better for you.

1 Breast Cancer Campaign pin badge, £2, from Debenhams

If you do only one thing to support October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month, buy and wear a pin badge with pride.

This year’s badge has been designed by Jasper Conran and all proceeds go to the charity.

2 Leather-look organiser, £27, from Filofax

Buy this eye-catching pink Filofax and the company will donate £2.20 to help fight breast cancer.

3 Hot pink wellies, £13, from Asda

The guys at Asda are big supporters of Breast Cancer Awareness Month – its Tickled Pink campaign raises money for Breast Cancer Campaign and Breast Cancer Care.

Many household favourites – including Shredded Wheat, Tropicana juice and Quaker Oats – will also ‘go pink’.

4 Breast Cancer Campaign mug, £6, from Debenhams

Debenhams has everything from pink pepper mills to frying pans in its breast cancer awareness range. This pretty mug (pictured on the front of Family Life) will be used again and again.

5 Pink vest, £16-£18, from Damart (pictured right)

The perfect item for Wear It Pink day on Friday October 28. Team up with family, friends and colleagues on this day and pay £2 each to wear something pink.

These vests – as modelled by Corrie actresses Brooke Vincent and real life cancer survivor Sally Dyvenor – are sure to be a big hit.

6 In The Pink T-shirt, £10, from Breast Cancer Care

You’ll be pretty in pink in this delightful T-shirt.

7 Dog lead, £5.99, from

Even your pet pooch can get in on the act next month. The pink lead – complete with Breast Cancer Campaign ribbon detail – will raise money for the charity as 60p from each purchase will be donated to this year’s fighting fund.

8 Limited edition packs of Smarties, 37p, available nationwide

Nestle are supporting this year’s campaign with a £100,000 donation. Show your support by buying one of the special promotional packs of pink Smarties, Aero Caramel and Rolos. Visit for more.

9 Special edition pink pen, £2.99, from Pentel

Each time you buy one of these pens, 25p will be donated to the Breast Cancer Campaign – a perfect way to show your support at work, home or school.

10 Pink tights, from £9, available from or TK Maxx

Pamela Mann has launched a fabulous new range of pink tights in support of Breast Cancer Campaign. Prices start at £9 with a 10 per cent donation to the charity.