Braemar Supports the Hamilton Pink Walk

Braemar staff got into the spirit of the Pink Walk and dressed in their finest pink outfits to walk around Hamilton Lake to show their support of breast cancer awareness.
For the fifth year running the Hamilton lakeside and Innes Common turned pink as over 1500 men, women, children and dogs dressed in all shapes and shades of fancy dress pink participated.
The Braemar contingent was by far the largest of any participant. Pink bras, tutus, feather boas, sequins, wigs and face paint contributed to a colourful array of fancy dress costumes which were all part of the “dress up in pink” theme.
The atmosphere was one of celebration and a lot of fun. The column of pink walkers moving around the lake was a truly spectacular sight. The walk also had a serious side and promoted important messages around breast cancer awareness.
The focus of this year’s event was the NZ Girl Guide’s attempt at the world record attempt and the longest bra chain.