To coincide with Bowel Cancer Awareness Month, we’re supporting ITV Lorraine’s ‘No Butts’ campaign!

Created by ITV Lorraine and supported by Bowel Cancer UK, the ‘No Butts’ campaign seeks to help raise awareness of the symptoms of the disease.

Devastatingly, bowel cancer is the second largest cancer killer in the UK. However, survival rates can greatly increase if caught early.

With this in mind, a national campaign has been put together to educate the public on those important symptoms to look out for.

The campaign will be fronted by Deborah James, who was diagnosed with Stage 4 bowel cancer in 2016 aged just 35.

Deborah has become a brilliant and devoted campaigner, using her presence on social media to raise awareness and educate people on the subject.

From the 19th of April, you can do your bit by keeping an eye out for the #NOBUTTS banner and using the hashtag on socials to spread as much awareness as possible.

ITV Lorraine's 'No Butts' Campaign Banner
Look out for ITV Lorraine’s ‘No Butts’ banners - like this one - and spread the word as much as you can!

For further information on ITV Lorraine’s ‘No Butts’ campaign head to