We'd like to say a big thank you to everyone who's been getting into the spirit of things to support our Tickled Pink campaign to raise money and awareness for Breast Cancer Now.
We've organised a series of in-store activities for this year's campaign, including a bucket collection and Tickled Pink day when colleagues dressed in pink or came to work in their pyjamas.
Local resident Nicola Mills volunteered to support the activity at Asda Antrim following her own diagnosis of breast cancer:
She said: “This month marks the three year anniversary of my breast cancer diagnosis, so as soon as I heard the call for volunteers to fundraise, I knew I had to get involved.
"Having recently undergone a double mastectomy, I am proud to show people there is hope at the end of the tunnel, as well as help to raise awareness for this great cause."
Barbara Logan, our Antrim store's community champion, said: “Over the past 23 years, Asda Tickled Pink has raised over £64 million – an incredible total, which has funded vital breast cancer research and life-saving support.
“I would like to say a really big thank you to all of our shoppers who kindly donated this year to a cause which is close to many of their hearts.
“The money raised will support those affected by breast cancer now and in the future and, with breast cancer the most common cancer in the UK, it has never been more important to show our support.”