Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Pink Ribbon and Brigit’s Bakery Bus Tours

BOOK YOUR SEATS ON OUR PINK RIBBON BUS TOUR

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

So, October is all about PINK!
For the entire month of October, Brigit’s Bakery is Partnering with the Pink Ribbon Foundation. If you are looking for fundraising ideas for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, then look no further…
Brigit’s Bakery will be donating £1 for every afternoon tea sold on our bus tours during the month of October 2018.
Book your place on one of our October bus tours now and don’t forget to wear pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The tours will obviously follow a pink theme, with pink decorations and a unique pink afternoon tea. You will also be given breast cancer pink ribbon merchandise to take home with you. So join us in fundraising for breast cancer patients, by booking your place today. In addition, you can make your own breast cancer donations when booking your seat via our online system.

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Pink Ribbon Foundation
5000 AFTERNOON TEAS SOLD ON B BAKERY BUS TOURS EACH MONTH

AFTERNOON TEAS ARE SERVED ON OUR LONDON BUS TOURS EVERY MONTH!

Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Pink Ribbon Bus Tour
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8 NORTHUMBERLAND AVENUE

12:30 . 15:00

PINK RIBBON BUS TOUR

ALL BUS TOURS

during OCTOBER 2018

VICTORIA COACH STATION

12:00 . 14:30 . 17:00

Pink Ribbon Bus Tours: Breast Cancer Awareness Month is October

What better way to highlight the importance of Breast Cancer Awareness Month than a special themed bus tour? The limited tours take place throughout the month of October. All Bus Tours in October will be Pink Ribbon themed. Tickets start from £47. So, use our online booking system to choose your time, seat and any specific requirements. Furthermore, Prosecco or Champagne are not included in the price, however they can be pre-ordered online.

PLEASE NOTE
There is NO toilet on-board. No children under 5 allowed.

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PINK RIBBON
AFTERNOON TEA MENU

First of all…Savoury

Beetroot and cucumber on beetroot bread
Egg and watercress pretzel
Pastrami burger
Salmon blini
Mushroom quiche
Ham, cheese and onion chutney finger sandwiches

Secondly…Sweet

Pink queen sablé (blueberry compote and red velvet cream)
Raspberry tart
Strawberry cupcake
Raspberry choux
Red fruit and chocolate ganache macaroon
Classic British homemade scone with clotted cream and a selection of jams

Finally…Drinks

Water

Coffee & Hot Chocolate
Americano | Cappuccino | Latte Macchiato | Hot Chocolate

Tea from Betjaman & Barton
English Breakfast | Earl Grey | Darjeeling | Green | Jasmine | Rooibos Jardin Rouge | Peppermint

Prosecco Afternoon Tea
The following wines are also available
to pre-order for our Pink Ribbon Bus Tours.

Sparkling Wine

PROSECCO ZIA
Glass £8 | Bottle £28
NYETIMBER CLASSIC CUVEE
Half Bottle £35 | Bottle £65
NYETIMBER DEMI-SEC
Bottle £70
NYETIMBER ROSE
Half Bottle £42 | Bottle £78

Champagne

CASTELNAU BRUT
Half Bottle £28 | Bottle £48
CASTELNAU ROSE
Bottle £55
CASTELNAU BLANC DE BLANC
Bottle £85
CASTELNAU HORS SERIE
Bottle £125

About Pink Ribbon Foundation 

(Reg. Charity No. 1080839)

The Pink Ribbon Foundation is a grant making trust with a mission to fund projects and provide financial support to UK charities which relieve the needs of people who are suffering from, have been affected by breast cancer, or who work to advance the understanding of breast cancer and its early detection and treatment.

There are a large number of such charities in the UK, each as deserving as the next. Many of the charities supported are the smaller ones, which operate on a shoestring.

The Pink Ribbon Foundation has very little infrastructure.

It relies on the hard work given by Trustees, interested parties and its Patrons. This is done in order to maximise the amount, which goes to the charities that benefit from the funds raised.

Every year the Foundation invites charities in the UK to apply for a grant in order to help them continue their vital work or to fund one off projects. Some of the many charities who have benefitted from a grant from the Foundation include:

  • The Haven
  • Cancerkin
  • Action Against Breast Cancer
  • Farleigh Hospice
  • The Primrose Centre
  • Cancer Research UK
  • Macmillan Cancer Support
  • Helen Rollason Cancer Charity

“Our ground-breaking work into the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer has seen survival rates double over the last 40 years. This would not be possible without the help of supporters such as the Pink Ribbon Foundation” – Cancer Research UK

“We are very grateful for the support we have received from the Pink Ribbon Foundation over a number of years. It has helped make a significant difference to the provision of care and support available to people who are diagnosed with breast cancer in the Salford area each year.” – Macmillan Cancer Support, Salford Manchester

“On behalf of nurses, patients and families we would like to thank the Pink Ribbon Foundation for their generosity in supporting this crucial service.” – Marie Curie Cancer Care

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Who started the pink ribbon for Breast Cancer Awareness Month?

1991

Charlotte Hayley, who had battled breast cancer, introduced the concept of a peach coloured breast cancer awareness ribbon. She attached them to cards saying, “The National Cancer Institute’s annual budget is 1.8 billion US dollars, and only 5 percent goes to cancer prevention. Help us wake up our legislators and America by wearing this ribbon.

Haley was strictly grassroots, handing the cards out at the local supermarket and writing prominent women, everyone from former First Ladies to Dear Abby. Her message spread by word of mouth. Haley distributed thousands of these cards.

1992

The cosmetics industry got on board to promote breast cancer awareness with the help of Evelyn Lauder of Estée Lauder Cosmetics and Alexander Penney, the editor-in-chief of Self magazine. When Evelyn Lauder and Alexander Penney were working on their breast cancer awareness promotion, they liked Charlotte Hayley’s concept of giving ribbons to promote the support of breast cancer awareness. Lauder, Penney, and Hayley worked together to come up with the pink ribbon symbol for breast cancer awareness.

Next, Penney learned it was impractical to pin a ribbon onto each cover of Self , as she had hoped, so she called Evelyn Lauder, of Estee Lauder Companies to ask for help. “Lets give these out at Estee Lauder counters,” was her enthusiastic response.

Self magazine, October 2002 page 30

The pink ribbon has now become a well-known symbol of Breast Cancer Awareness Month in the UK as well as the US and other countries around the world.

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Pink Ribbon Bus Tour Dietary options

AFTERNOON TEA DIETARY OPTIONS

PLEASE NOTE

We offer traditional, gluten-free*, vegan, vegetarian and halal afternoon teas. Vegan and gluten free teas are £3 extra. Unfortunately, we are not nut-free. Please specify requirements upon reservation. * May contain traces.

Afternoon Tea Bus Tour T&Cs ›

CONTACT DETAILS

T: 020 3026 1188
E: info@b-bakery.com

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