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Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we all had pink displays in our flower beds next spring and supported Breast Cancer Campaign?

Breast Cancer Campaign, who aim to be the leading specialists in breast cancer research throughout the UK, has teamed up with premier flower bulb suppliers, P de Jager & Sons, to raise substantial funds from the sale of a specially branded ‘‘Pink Bulb Range’’. When de Jager customers order from the Pink Bulb Range identified by the breast cancer pink ribbon in the catalogue and on its website, 10% of the sale of those bulbs will go to the charity. Additionally a specially designed Pink Bulb Box containing pink flowering bulbs retailing at £30 (inc. VAT) will contribute £2.60 from every box sold to the charity.

The ‘Pink Bulb Range’ identified by the breast cancer pink ribbon and special ‘Pink Bulb Box’ feature in de Jager’s spring collection, which is on sale now.

“We have been looking for a suitable charity to support for some time,” says de Jager owner, George Clowes, “and Breast Cancer Campaign just ticked all our boxes. We are now looking to gardeners who love growing bulbs to adopt a pink theme. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we all had pink displays in our flower beds next spring and supported Breast Cancer Campaign?”

P. de Jager & Sons has always had a reputation for top size, top quality bulbs, lots of varieties and unusual species. The website and 2009 autumn catalogue are full of sensational spring bulbs with 622 varieties. There are more than 77 new and exciting bulbs, with many unusual varieties added to this year’s range.

Breast Cancer Campaign’s mission is to beat breast cancer by funding innovative world-class research to understand how breast cancer develops, leading to improved diagnosis, treatment, prevention and cure – see


Contact Sue Hinton or David Saunderson of DSH PR on 01252 408820, email Issued by DSH PR on behalf of P. de Jager & Sons Limited.

Notes to editors:

· Breast Cancer Campaign aims to be the leading specialist in breast cancer research across the UK and the Republic of Ireland making a significant impact for the benefit of patients.
· Campaign currently support 119 research projects, worth over £15.1 million in 44 centres of excellence across the UK.
· Breast cancer is the most common cancer in the UK and accounts for nearly one in three of all cancers in women.
· Every year in the UK over 45,500 women and almost 300 men are diagnosed with breast cancer, around 12,000 women and 90 men will die from the disease.

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