A TEA party persuaded women to check for signs of breast cancer in fine style.
Ellesmere Port Civic Hall was awash with pink as the Touch, Look, Check (TLC) campaign was given a lively introduction to the town.
Organiser Celia Webber said: “We had a brilliant event. The reaction I got was really positive.”
A raffle, tombola and quiz entertained the dozens of people who attended on Thursday afternoon – including mayor Cllr Angela Claydon.
“The tombola was very successful – there were lots of pink teddies.
“There was a huge cake stall, a book stall and lots of holistic stuff.”
WeightWatchers representatives were also on hand to speak to attendees.
Jules Roberts, who herself has secondary breast cancer, set a quiz.
Ms Webber added: “We had a quiz devised by Jules Roberts based on the TLC campaign. It was part serious, part humorous, like what size are Dolly Parton’s breasts!
“Jules is desperate to raise awareness so people don’t go through she goes through. If it’s just one person who is made aware we will have saved somebody’s life.”
The event finished with a hula-hoop demonstration which everyone took part in.