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Cape Byron Lighthouse shone pink on Friday night (October 17) to promote breast cancer awareness. Photo Lyn McCarthy
Cape Byron Lighthouse will again shine pink on the nights of Friday 23 and Saturday 24 October to promote breast cancer awareness. Photo Lyn McCarthy

Byron Breast Cancer Support Group is set to paint the town pink throughout October, kicking off on Friday October 1, with a raffle and information table at the farmers market.

And they’ll show their true colours again on October 17 and 18 at the Rugby Sevens weekend

Towards the end of the month the Cape Byron Lighthouse will shine pink again for two nights (23 and 24) from dusk till midnight.

Saturday 24 has been declared Byron Breast Cancer Day and a Mini Field of Women will be gathering at the Byron Lighthouse from 10am till 2pm, complete with 100 ‘pink women’ silhouettes to acknowledge all women affected by breast cancer

All are invited to come and write a message of love.

For further information please contact Sarah Sigley at [email protected] or 0458 791971 /02 668 45419


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