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Furniture Village to support World Cancer Day in stores

PUBLISHED: 16:04 21 January 2016 | UPDATED: 11:14 09 November 2016

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Furniture Village will be showing its support for World Cancer Day by selling official World Cancer Day ‘Unity’ wristbands in store from the 21 January – 21 February 2016.

Taking place on 4 February, World Cancer Day’s aim is to raise awareness of all forms of cancer and unite the world’s population in the fight against the disease. The initiative is supported by leading cancer charities; Anthony Nolan, Cancer Research UK, Breast Cancer Care and Movember.

World Cancer Day ‘Unity’ wristbands will be available to buy from any of Furniture Village’s 42 stores across the UK, and collection boxes will be located by the in-store cookie and coffee bars. Visit your nearest branch to pick up your wristband (suggested donation £2) and make a valuable contribution towards this worthy cause.

www.breastcancercare.org.uk

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