FAMILIES after a fantastic day of entertainment are invited to a charity beach party.
Positively Pink, a Mijas-based breast cancer charity, is hosting an impressive line-up of local talent at La Cala beach on September 22.
The event is to raise money for a free breast screening programme for both men and women on the Costa del Sol, as well as to fund support and education about the disease.
Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer in women, affecting around one in nine, while cases of breast cancer in men are on the increase.
“This is an exciting day and we have made sure there is something for the whole family,” charity president Lorraine Palmer told the Olive Press.
“It is an opportunity for us all to come together as a community and support a worthwhile cause. We are overwhelmed with the support we have received.”
Tickets from €5, 10am-7pm.
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