Tickled Pink

Tickled Pink Radio Clatterbridge will be giving away prizes galore this month, to help raise awareness for the Breast Cancer Care charity. Listeners making a request to hear their favourite tune on Vic Charles' programme, The Great Escape, will be entered into a draw to win something from Asda's current "Tickled Pink" range. Later this month, one lucky listener will win a CD signed by the singer, Louise. The supermarket, which sponsors the Tuesday morning request programme, is aiming to beat last year's total of £1million to be raised for the charity.

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