STAFF at a supermarket are pulling out all the stops to raise cash for charity.
Asda in Cheadle are taking part in the national chain's Tickled Pink Campaign by wearing pink, and some staff will be carrying out some crazy challenges too.
The store is asking customers to help raise funds for the cause and if £50 is raised, section leader Lloyd Johnson will have his legs waxed on Friday, and if a total of £75 is raised, store assistant Josh McKenna will have his head shaved on the same day.
And if a total of £100 is raised then Steph Thompson, the store’s community life champion, will have her hair dyed pink.
Steph said: "We are hoping to raise as much money as possible but if we get to £100 that would be great.
“This week we have invited staff to dress in pink in return for £1, and we are also collecting donations in store.”
On Saturday, the store will also be offering youngsters the opportunity to learn how to arrange flowers in a cup and saucer ahead of Mother’s Day.
Entering its 16th year, Asda’s Tickled Pink campaign benefits two breast cancer charities Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Campaign.
Since it started, the supermarket giant's work has raised over £29 million.