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We haven’t forgotten about this....
Just waiting on a compliment slip or something to authenticate the merchandise for you!

The person who has donated these... works for Mercedes and got demo gloves personally signed by Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas before sending them.... they are used for photoshoots or simulator work!
We also have a pink Mercedes cap signed by Lewis Hamilton after his Mexico win too!

Watch this space.....Do we have any Formula One fans???

Watch this space for a silent auction for some signed HAMILTON and BOTTAS memorabilia!!!!

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In Flanders fields the poppies blow
Between the crosses, row on row,
That mark our place; and in the sky
The larks, still bravely singing, fly
Scarce heard amid the guns below.

We are the Dead. Short days ago
We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,
Loved and were loved, and now we lie
In Flanders fields.

Take up our quarrel with the foe:
To you from failing hands we throw
The torch; be yours to hold it high.
If ye break faith with us who die
We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
In Flanders fields.

BY JOHN MCCRAE

We shall remember them 💕
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There are various types of tea that offer different health benefits and flavors.
Question is...... how do you drink yours???
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After going through all the photos Gavin and Christopher took, I have made a small photo montage from the Fashion Show ..... Take a look!

Professional DVD's are available to buy for £10 - message for details

Please share and give us a like or a ❤️
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Pinch Punch, 1st of the month.
Time for your monthly breast check!

Whatever your age, size or shape it's important to get to know your 'normal' and be breast aware.

Please share with your pals, Mum, Dad or your neighbour - it's never too early to start checking your breasts. 💕

As a small, independent, registered charity, WE NEED YOUR HELP!
We have been running for over 30 years but still need to get the Bosom Friends name out there - we can’t support those with Breast Cancer if they don’t know we exist!

Our group is 100% run by volunteers who have all had a breast cancer diagnosis themselves. We find this is beneficial as we have a great understanding of others fears and apprehension.

Please like our page, if you haven’t already,
Invite your friends and share our posts.

Even better if you use the ❤️ or 😮 reactions on our posts to help them get seen more.

Thank you 💕
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It’s #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth

If you've experienced the menopause and are overweight or obese, you may be more at risk of developing breast cancer.
This is thought to be linked to the amount of oestrogen in your body, as being overweight or obese after the menopause causes more oestrogen to be produced.

Why not join Miss Tait (one of our #BTHFT breast cancer surgeons) in a park run this Saturday the 2nd November, at Lister Park!
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Do we have any Formula One fans???

Watch this space for a silent auction for some signed HAMILTON and BOTTAS memorabilia!!!!

#BreastCancerAwarenessMonth
#F1 #formulaone #formula1
#LewisHamilton #valtteribottas
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Wow!
Last nights show was AMAZING!!!
Our lovely models did us proud and the ladies who meticulously plan this event, pulled it off with finesse.

There are too many to name individually.... but Thank you to ALL who the shops who loaned their clothing, to the hair and makeup ladies, and all backstage and front of house who helped on the night too - we can’t put on such a show without you!

Roll on next year....

Photos to follow
DVDs of the show for sale £10 each - message to order.

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Roll up roll up - TONIGHT’S THE NIGHT!!!
The one and only ......
The Bosom Friends Fashion Show!

What makes this special? All our ladies are going through breast cancer, some are living beyond that diagnosis.
This evening shows these ladies how to enjoy themselves, feel great, confident and look amazing!

It truly is an emotional night and a thrilling show.

Tickets are £7 each and are available on the door (if we don’t sell out!) Come and Support us 💕

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Breast cancer can affect your daily life in different ways, depending on what stage it's at and the treatment you're receiving.

How women cope with their diagnosis and treatment varies from person to person, but there are several forms of support if you need it. Not all of them work for everybody, but one or more of them should help.

You could:
• talk to your friends and family – they can be a powerful support system
• communicate with other people in the same situation
• find out as much as possible about your condition
• avoid doing too much or overexerting yourself
• make time for yourself
• Attend a Bosom Friends social evening 😉

We’d love to meet you and show you there is life after a diagnosis 💕
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Did you remember to put your clocks back????

It’s #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth, so I am trying to post something breast related every day....

If you've experienced the menopause and are overweight or obese, you may be more at risk of developing breast cancer.
This is thought to be linked to the amount of oestrogen in your body, as being overweight or obese after the menopause causes more oestrogen to be produced.

Why not join Miss Tait (one of our #BTHFT breast cancer surgeons) in a park run on the 2nd November, at Lister Park!
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Roll up roll up - get your tickets for the event of 2019
The annual Bosom Friends Fashion Show!

What makes this special? All our ladies are going through breast cancer, some are living beyond that diagnosis.
This evening shows these ladies how to enjoy themselves, feel great, confident and look amazing!

It truly is an emotional night and a thrilling show.

Tickets are £7 each and are available from any of our models, committee members or by messaging our page. They are also available on the door (if we don’t sell out!)

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Did you know Bosom Friends is entirely run by a small committee of volunteers. We meet as a committee once a month, we plan your monthly social evenings, arrange the weekend away, organise the annual fashion show, buy and distribute gifts for newly diagnosed breast cancer ladies, make special cushions for use after breast surgery, work out finances to pay for extra bits for the hospital; furniture, decorations to rooms, areola tattoo training for the nurses.... to name a few.

Without this amazing group of ladies pictured here, Bosom Friends would not run.

We do of course need YOU. Without you, we wouldn’t have a need to run.

So THANK YOU to each and every one who comes to Bosom Friends, who supports us, and likes our page.

💕 Bosom Friends 💕

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We have been invited to take part in an interesting research project at the Bradford University Cancer Therapeutics Department. The researchers are seeking views from all women, whether you have had breast cancer or not, on a form of breast health screening using nipple secretions or aspirate. They need as many responses as possible to a questionnaire which can be found by following this link bradford.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/breast-health-screening-uk

The questionnaire is very simple and straightforward, and takes only a few minutes to complete.
For those who receive treatment in Bradford, you will see in the introduction that Mr. Linforth and Mr Salhab are part of the research team.

Additional information about their privacy policy is available at www.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/privacy-policy/
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The ladies at Bolster Moor Farm Shop have been checking their pumpkins 🎃 ready for Halloween.... why don’t you check yours too!

There's no right or wrong way to check your breasts, but it is important to know how your breasts usually look and feel. That way, you can spot any changes quickly and report them to your GP.

The NHS Breast Screening Programme has produced a 5-point plan for being breast aware:
• know what's normal for you
• look at your breasts and feel them
• know what changes to look for
• report any changes without delay
• attend routine screening if you're 50 or over

Look at your breasts and feel each breast and armpit, and up to your collarbone. You may find it easiest to do this in the shower or bath, by running a soapy hand over each breast and up under each armpit.

You can also look at your breasts in the mirror. Look with your arms by your side and also with them raised.

(Nhs.uk)

Huge thank you to Bolster Moor for letting us share your photo 💕

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