Case Study: Ovarian Cancer Action


Raise awareness for World Ovarian Cancer Day! #WorldOvarianCancerDay


Thousands of White Roses


Ovarian Cancer is the sixth most common cancer in women and in the in the UK alone, around 7,400 women are diagnosed with the disease annually. For more information on Ovarian Cancer visit 


The charity, Ovarian Cancer Action took to the streets in London, Cardiff and Edinburgh to raise awareness for a good cause on Tuesday 8th May. Armed with roses tagged with ‘Save a Life’ tags, volunteers gave out roses to passers by to raise a voice in the fight against Ovarian Cancer and identify the signs & symptoms. Spread your voice today and make an impact. For more information, visit See below for more photographs.



Save a Life


Response from OCD.JPG


Our client sent some fabulous feedback too “I just wanted to say a huge thank you for ll your help with the roses, they were absolutely beautiful! The response to the campaign has been fantastic and we’ve already had so much positive feedback.”

Like what you have seen? Need help with an upcoming event? Contact Triangle Nursery directly on 01394 385 832 or email + make your vision into a reality – whether you are looking for just flowersgreenery or for the Triangle team to get involved!

Thank you for reading my article – I hope you enjoyed reading about our case study to raise awareness for Ovarian Cancer Action this week. Comment below if you have any thoughts, feedback or share any relevant articles or content.

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