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Light Up The Night turns beach pink

Pink balloons, people dressed in pink, many with their dogs on tow walking along the sand was the awe-inspiring sight of Light Up The Night at Royal Palms on Saturday, March 11.

The event was not only a fundraiser for the Breast Cancer Foundation, but also aimed to raise awareness of breast cancer.

The seventh annual staging of this event saw hundreds participating, all making a $25 donation which included a raffle entry.

The friends and family of cancer sufferers and cancer survivors took an inspiring walk along famed Seven Mile Beach starting at Royal Palms, turning around at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman, and then heading back to Royal Palms.

The Breast Cancer Foundation is a charitable organisation established in 2009 by its directors, Kim Lund, James Bovell and John Broadbent and this event has grown exponentially, helping numerous cancer organisations and sufferers.

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