Headquarters lit up in support of Cancer Research UK
The Glasgow, Edinburgh, and Newcastle offices of Tesco Bank, an Edinburgh-based company, have turned pink in support of Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life.
As part of the campaign, Tesco Bank invited Maureen Watt MSP, Minister for Mental Health, to visit its Glasgow office and Scottish Conservatives leader Ruth Davidson to its Edinburgh office in order to turn on special pink lighting and make the buildings pink.
“Thanks to the research, dedication and fundraising of Cancer Research UK, more and more people are winning their battle against cancer.” Ruth Davidson said, the Scottish Conservatives leader.
With Scotland’s first Race for Life 5K and 10K events of the year in Stirling and South Queensferry on May 13, followed by events across the nation from Glasgow to Irvine, Falkirk to Fife, Cancer Research UK is encouraging women and girls to stride out and defeat cancer sooner. On Sunday, May 20, at Glasgow Green, Race for Life Glasgow, the largest Race for Life event in Scotland, will take place.