Residents and staff at a care home in Great Harwood dressed up in pink in support of a breast cancer campaign.
Townfield and Coach House, which is a residential home on Church Street for people with dementia, held a pink afternoon in support of this years Wear it Pink campaign.
Prizes were awarded for the best dressed and the ‘most pink’ person.
Visitors on the day were also given a tour of the home and served homemade cakes, tea and coffee for a small donation.
A local singer also provided entertainment throughout the afternoon and games including a treasure hunt and a lucky dip were also held.
Michael Timmins, a director of the company, said a raffle on the day also raised more than £200.
He said: “It is fantastic that we are supported so well by our staff and visitors for all our events with a special mention to Christine our activities co-ordinator who always puts lots of effort into these events to ensure their success.
“The campaign is one close to a lot of people at Townfield and Coach House, the day was a great success and enjoyed by everyone who took part.” The national ‘Wear it Pink’ breast cancer campaign is the biggest pink event in the UK with hundreds of schools, offices and other organisations taking part.
It aims to raise more than £2m each year for breast cancer research.