Esperance gets undie bombed by CWA for Women's Health Week

Keep it brief: Esperance CWA branch president Belinda Lay and Dee Lawrence showing off some underwear which were display around town. Photo: Supplied.
Keep it brief: Esperance CWA branch president Belinda Lay and Dee Lawrence showing off some underwear which were display around town. Photo: Supplied.

You may have noticed a lot of women’s underwear hanging up in shop fronts around town, but not to worry because it was all part of a plan to raise awareness for Women’s Health Week, which ran last Monday to Friday.

Esperance Bay and Districts CWA branch president Belinda lay said the group set up two big displays at the Bay of Isles Leisure Centre and the Esperance Library, before “undie bombing” local shops.

“We started about three or four weeks ago, cutting out and decorating about 400 pairs of cardboard cut-out underpants,” she said.

Ms Lay said the undies would re-appear around March, this time promoting general health. On each set of underwear were various information about women’s health and the event.