MARYBOROUGH'S CBD came to life on Sunday when Under the Gun Tattooing hosted a street fair to raise funds for cancer research.

The event, titled Kent on Cancer, attracted hundreds of people to the centre of the city, with classic cars, dancers, face painting and a jumping castle all keeping those attending entertained.

As part of the event, Under the Gun Tattooing was offering cancer ribbon tattoos for $50 each and dozens of people took the opportunity to get inked in a variety of different colours, depending on which cancer had impacted on their lives.

 



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