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Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Automatic Restaurant Think Pink to Raise Money for Breakthrough Breast Cancer

Automatic restaurant in Bury are holding a Breakthrough Breast Cancer activity day with a craft fair, a raffle and an auction for a wedding dress on Saturday 29 October.

The craft fair will begin at 2pm featuring stalls with vintage clothing, jewellery, crafts, art from Bury Art Collective and lots of kids activities.

There will also be hundreds of personalised balloons released in memory of relatives who have lost their lives to cancer and an auction for a brand new wedding dress, kindly donated by Love and Cherish in Holcombe Brook.

A raffle will also take place featuring prizes for a chauffer driven meal and show at Automatic and The Met, a manicure by Ann Howarth, a food hamper from Hills, a case of rose wine and a magnum of Royal Rose sparkling Pinot Noir by Boutinot, a Croma meal for two voucher, a voucher for £50 of decorating goods, a flower arrangement by Bud Flowers and a free children\’s party by Kids Rock amongst other prizes.

Food specials and live music will take you into the evening – customers are encouraged to book in advance and to wear the charity\’s colour – pink!

Breakthrough Breast Cancer is a charity dedicated to improving and saving lives through finding the causes of breast cancer, encouraging early detection, ensuring precise diagnosis, discovering new and better treatments, and improving medical services. Their iconic pink ribbon sets them apart from other charities. All money raised, including all staff tips on the day will go to the charity.

For more information about the day or to book a table pop into Automatic or give them a call 0161 763 9399.