A mum-of-two said it was the end of a chapter in her life as she helped remove thousands of bras from the scaffolding outside Youings in Barnstaple today (Thursday). Heather Walters, 34, launched her check yourself, dont wreck yourself campaign in September, asking North Devon to get behind her and fling their bras and underpants on the building for charity. But today the scaffolding - complete with around 2,000 bras, pants, and even a mankini, is coming down - coincidentally at the same time as Heather finishes treatment for an aggresive form of breast cancer. She said: I had my last radiotherapy treatment yesterday, and now the bras are coming down. It feels a bit emotional. I will be a bit sad to see them go; I think it really will be the end of that chapter of my life - and the start of a new one to really boost my campaign. If someone could tell me I was going to be cured forever, Id think I had been blessed through this. Ive done so many things I never would have done before because they werent relevant to me. If we have managed to encourage people to check themselves - and for it to become normal - then this whole campaign was worth it. The campaign has raised more than £11,000 for CoppaFeel - something which has kept Heather focused through her own battle against breast cancer. She added: As well as the support of my amazing family, this has really helped to push me through and given me something to focus on. Now Heather is working on planning an auction of celebritys bras and pants in the autumn - with Kelly Brook, Alan Titchmarsh, Michael Owen and John Bishop among the big names who have donated their undies. She also wants to get her awareness video (above) shown in every secondary school around the country. You can donate to the appeal in Youings or by visiting www.justgiving.com/heather-walters.