Tattoo artists hosted the day on the Flying Juice Studio in Wellington, with 69 folks having a ribbon inked onto their pores and skin throughout the day.
Organiser Lee Burrell stated the studio had raised £2,141.44 for most cancers charities.
He stated: “Large thanks to our crew, Kyle, Vic and Jacob from Flying Juice for working so onerous and to Neil and Vas from Colourized Tattoo in Trench for coming in and tattooing with us.
“Additionally Kristina for working the reception for us and maintaining all the pieces working easily to the proprietor of the studio, Ian Marshall and to Central Tattoo provides for donating the tattoo gear at no cost.
“We will likely be returning with this vital occasion subsequent yr and yearly any more to assist the struggle in opposition to most cancers.”
A kind of who had her tattoo early was Kerry Williams.
She stated she was delighted that so many individuals had had the most cancers ribbon tattoos.