Survivors of breast cancer on the Isle of Man are being urged to get together to raise awareness of the disease that affects so many people.
Around 80 women a year on the Island are diagnosed with breast cancer.
Angie Aire is a survivor and has spent years raising awareness on the Isle of Man with events like the annual bra dash and now wants everyone to take park in a video.
It is hoped that it will be sent worldwide and finished in time for Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October.
She said people can take part as little or as much as they like. Angie wants 100 people to take part.
For more details contact Angie Aire by EMAIL or call 498864 (after 5pm on weekdays).