Belmont: little superheroes ready to battle breast cancer on Purple Bra Day


Will Gould, Stacie Thomson, Kate Whytlaw, Julie Elliott and Gavin Haines get ready for Purple Bra Day.
Will Gould, Stacie Thomson, Kate Whytlaw, Julie Elliott and Gavin Haines get ready for Purple Bra Day.

LITTLE heroes are getting ready to battle breast cancer in Belmont.

To celebrate Purple Bra Day and raise funds for Breast Cancer Care WA, there will be a variety of activities for kids at Belmont Forum this Saturday in return for a gold coin donation.

Kids can get temporary superhero tattoos, make their own superhero comics, play superhero training games and make their own kryptonite.

All money raised will go to Breast Cancer Care WA, a charity that provides free personalised emotional, practical and financial support to people affected by breast cancer.

Superhero Saturday takes place this weekend from 10am to 2pm.

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