A quick plug for the Field of Women event on 6th July. This is text from the latest newsletter. I appear to have lost some of the links but you can find out more by e mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Imagine all the people”
Field of Women - Liverpool Cricket Ground on Sunday 6 July, 2008 - REGISTER NOW to be a part of the largest breast cancer support group ever seen in the UK.
WE NEED YOU!
Thank you to everyone who has registered so far - but we still need people to sign up for the event.
We need your help to make Field of Women the most impactful and emotional breast cancer event ever seen in the UK. Click on LUCY below to register now!
MALES SIGN UP
Remember that Field of Women is open to all - including men and children and we're delighted to report that around 1 in every 8 sign ups is male!
Consultant breast surgeon Anne Tansley and members of The Linda McCartney Centre team launched our Field of Women branded taxis.
There are three taxis in our colours so keep your eyes peeled!
A big thanks also goes to Merseyside taxi driver Neil Richards who has brought together the 'cabbie community' to raise awareness of Field of Women.
Neil said: "Around 2000 Hackney carriages will be displaying a Field of Women sticker and actively talking to customers about it. We want to make a difference a see those 10,000 people come together."
EX-BOND GIRL CALLS FOR SUPPORT
Former Bond girl Shannon Ledbetter has joined our growing list of Field of Women supporters.
Reverend Dr Shannon, who wore a £250,000 PVC dress in the film Tomorrow Never Dies, is now a curate at St Mary's in Knowsley village, Liverpool.
Shannon has prepared a prayer in advance of Field of Women and is encouraging all faiths - as well as the 1250 churches across Merseyside - to pray for those affected by breast cancer and attend the Field of Women event.
The prayer is available at www.fieldofwomen.com
Stars and supporters have come together to create LUCY’s Song, the official song of Field of Women.
Inspired by words from the LUCY committee, the tracks features the talents of international stars such as Deep Purple’s Roger Glover and Neighbours' actor Alan Fletcher, as well as local artists and committee members.
The song will be available to download from iTunes from June 30th.
More than 75 budding artists/bands entered our competition to win the chance to perform in front of 10,000 people at the Field of Women event.
The final 10 acts will perform in a live final on 7th June at the Cavern Club.
A panel of judges, including our chair Gary Millar, will decide the 1st and 2nd prize winners with 3rd place chosen by the live audience.
To buy tickets for the live final contact the field of women team 0151 706 3153.
MAKE LOOT 4 LUCY WINNERS!
We are proud to announce the winners of the Make Loot 4 LUCY challenge.
Oldershaw School on the Wirral won two of the three categories - 'Most Money' and 'Most Publicity'.
Their impressive campaign raised £1,198.23 for Field of Women and even worked with their local Labour MP Angela Eagle to get a picture of Prime Minister Gordon Brown holding a LUCY cut out!
St. Hilda's CE School in Liverpool took the prize for 'Most Creative Ideas' which included flying a LUCY branded pink aeroplane across our skies - great work!
Danielle Lloyd recently took part in 'Celebrity Gladiators' in aid of The Linda McCartney Centre. Danielle is a great support of ours having raised over £100,000 so far.
The programme is scheduled to air in the Autumn so tune in to find out how she gets on!
You can reach the Field of Women team by calling 0151 706 3172 or emailing email@example.com
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