L-r Myree McClure, Lisburn, Rosemary Shrager, Liz Atkinson UCF, Amanda Jess, Lisburn
CELEBRITY TV chef Rosemary Shrager served up a treat as special guest speaker at the Ulster Cancer Foundation's (UCF) Think Pink! luncheon at the Europa Hotel in Belfast recently.
Three hundred guests from all over Northern Ireland attended the glittering occasion.
UCF's Think Pink! campaign ran during October, which is breast cancer awareness month, and the luncheon is UCF's flagship event, helping to raise awareness and funds to support local women with breast cancer.
Special guest Rosemary Shrager, who is the popular resident chef on ITV1's Alan Titchmarsh Show, said she was 'absolutely delighted' to be able to attend.
"The fear of breast cancer worries most women, but so much can be done nowadays both to prevent and treat this terrible disease. That message is so important for women everywhere," she said. "The Ulster Cancer Foundation provides an excellent and vital service giving advice and support to those who need help.
"I am very pleased to have been invited to speak at this wonderful event.
"Women, and a few men, of all ages from across Northern Ireland joined us for a fabulous few hours of fun and laughter. "It was a fantastic opportunity for women to meet each other, to make new friends and to celebrate," she concluded.