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Cobra & Breast Cancer Now Partner for a 3rd Year

Following a successful partnership over the last two years, Cobra has announced its continued support of research and care charity, Breast Cancer Now, throughout 2021.

The garden machinery manufacturer has raised £10,000 for the charity over the course of the partnership and hopes to raise more this year than ever before, with the machines now available at dealerships across the country.

Money will continue to be raised through the sale of its limited-edition pink GTRM38P mower, with £25 from every purchase of the model going to Breast Cancer Now to help make world-class research and life-changing support happen.

The electric mower comes equipped with a range of features, including a 15” cutting width and provides seven cutting heights, which can be easily adjusted using a simple lever. Weighing just 17kg, it is a lightweight yet powerful machine which also boasts adjustable handles and ‘soft grip’ controls to maximise comfort when mowing.

The mower has a 40-litre grass bag and features a handy indicator system to alert you when the grass bag is ready to be emptied, preventing any spillages. The built-in mulching system finely cuts the clippings which, as they decompose, release nutrients and fertilisers which are then returned to the soil meaning you can cut and fertilise your grass all at the same time. To achieve the perfect, traditional striped finish, the GTRM38P also comes equipped with a rear roller which allows you to mow right up to the edges of flowerbeds and borders, with the rear roller supporting the mower when the front wheels are in line with the border edge.

Support for people affected by breast cancer has never been more needed due to the devastating impact of COVID-19. At the same time, the pandemic has significantly impacted Breast Cancer Now and the charity urgently needs support so that it can continue to be there for people affected by breast cancer.

Breast Cancer Now is steered by world-class research and powered by life-changing care. The charity works with hospitals and patients to improve breast cancer services and makes sure anyone affected receives the best possible treatment and care. It is there for anyone affected by breast cancer, the whole way through, providing support for today and hope for the future.

Lisa Gilmour, Head of Regional Community Fundraising at Breast Cancer Now, said: “We’re incredibly grateful to Cobra for their wonderful support over the last two years and are excited to work with them once again this year.

“Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women in the UK, and the impacts of the pandemic mean that people affected by this devastating disease need us now more than ever. As such, support from businesses like Cobra has never been more needed and we are so grateful to them and their customers for their unwavering support – together we can help change the future of breast cancer.”

More information about the GTRM38P can be found at and for further information about Breast Cancer Now please visit

RRP £120.99

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This story was published on: 23/07/2021

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