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Thousands of women took to the streets in their bras for this year's Moulin Rouge-themed MoonWalk.
THOUSANDS of fundraisers are getting ready to parade the streets in their underwear to raise money to tackle breast cancer.
IT IS the night that Edinburgh turns pink. And with less than a week to go, the finishing touches to this year's MoonWalk are being put in place.
ONE thousand volunteers are being sought to ensure next Saturday's Edinburgh MoonWalk fundraiser goes off without a hitch.
HOT pink ostrich feathers burst in colourful plumes from the two women's torsos. Moments earlier Edinburgh's Inverleith Park had been filled with the lively chatter of conversation of more than 10,000 people, but now its inhabitants stood clasping hands in silent contemplation, the only sound, muffled sobs.
IT WON'T be the first time that police have patrolled through an Edinburgh park late at night. But it will be the first occasion they have done so clad in T-shirts that look like women's lingerie, complete with shocking pink bra.
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MORE high-profile buildings than ever before will lit up in pink across the Capital to show their support for this weekend's MoonWalk.
HUNDREDS OF pink lights, 10,000 walkers and a million different reasons for taking part. Next Saturday, Scotland's capital will be transformed for the fifth Edinburgh MoonWalk, organised by breast cancer charity Walk the Walk.
BRAS to the fore! Edinburgh will turn pink once again in 13 weeks' time when thousands of walkers crowd into the capital for the annual MoonWalk for breast cancer charities.
THOUSANDS of women painted the town pink throughout the wee hours of yesterday for what organisers said was the most successful Edinburgh MoonWalk yet.
PINK fairies, butterflies and Hawaiian hula dancers joined the throng as thousands of people walked miles across the Capital in their bras to raise millions for breast cancer.
THEY came in their thousands, a steady stream of pink fluorescent hats pouring in through the gates of Edinburgh's Inverleith Park.
TONIGHT will see the Capital awash with brightly coloured bras when more than 10,000 walkers turn the streets a sea of pink for the annual MoonWalk Edinburgh. Even the classical-looking Balmoral is turning a bold pink hue for those who are taking to the city centre streets to raise millions for the Walk the Walk charity.
THOUSANDS of fundraisers have their decorated bras and pants at the ready as they gear up for Edinburgh's MoonWalk marathon this weekend.
THEY were a group of teenagers sitting on a bench waiting for instruction during a routine PE lesson.
ABOUT 1,000 women are expected to take to the streets of Inverness tonight for the second Bra Nicht Moonlight Walk charity fundraiser.