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Rilmac's support of pancreatic cancer turns landmark purple

Every year Pancreatic Cancer Awareness encourages local communities to light up a local landmark purple to raise awareness and gain support in the fight against this disease. 

One such landmark is St James’s Church in Louth where they annually illuminate the building purple for several weeks in November.

It takes time, and addition costs, for the regular church spotlights to be switched over to purple for this period and Rilmac Scaffolding are proud to have been able to contribute towards this work for 2018 alongside other local businesses.  With many staff from the town, including supervisors, estimators, managers and directors the company was only too happy to offer their support.

Purple is the colour associated with pancreatic cancer across the globe and so lighting iconic landmarks, communities and homes purple in honour of the thousands of individuals and families affected by pancreatic cancer is a beautiful way to raise awareness.

Louth St James’s Church joins such landmarks as Blackpool Tower and Edinburgh Castle in being lit purple for this worthwhile cause.

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