DRIVERS, engineers and administration staff at Transdev Yellow Buses were pretty in pink for a charity day.
For the fifth year running the Dorset-based company organised a pink mufti day in aid of Breast Cancer Care.
Some even dressed in fancy dress: a pirate, a 70s disco-dancer, a witch and a man in a pink dress were among the more unusual costumes.
The engineering staff at the main depot in Yeomans Way, Bournemouth, swapped their fluorescent orange overalls for baby pink and one male boss even painted his nails to match!
Jenni Wilkinson, Communications and Marketing Manager – who wore a pink pigtail wig – said: “The people of Bournemouth are used to staff at Transdev Yellow Buses getting involved with local charities.
In the pink: staff at Transdev Yellow Buses raised cash for Breast Cancer Care.“We’re part of the community, so to see drivers dressed up and wandering to and from their buses in the town centre didn’t seem too out of place.
“The passengers entered into the spirit of the day – I think the sight of some of our drivers in full pink regalia caused a few giggles.”
Transdev Yellow Buses matched money raised by staff. The event raised £632.14 for Breast Cancer Care.
Picture caption: In the pink: staff at Transdev Yellow Buses raised cash for Breast Cancer Care.