According to thisischeshire.co.uk, “Staff at a town centre restaurant got their teeth into raising money for a cancer charity.
“Pizza Hut, on Riverside Retail Park, held a blue day to help raise money for Cancer Research UK after a member of staff died from the disease. Helen Tasker, duty manager, said: ‘We lost one of our team members to cancer. It is not often you lose someone so young so we thought we would do something to keep her memory alive. We had a blue day because blue was a favourite colour of the team member.'”
“In total they managed to raise £203 from the day and will be looking to make the fundraising an annual event to raise more money for the charity.,” the story said.