women's evening raises over £700 for cancer charity
fundraising women's evening held at Highbridge's Oaktree Arena at
the weekend has been hailed a success after raising hundreds of
event first came to life when Somerset Breast Cancer Now's late
chairperson Christine Piper wanted an evening for women to have
fun and be pampered.
only seems fitting in our 20th anniversary year that we should bring
back this popular event in memory of a very special lady,"
Holly MacBeth, the group's current chairperson, told Burnham-on-Sea.com.
what a success it was! Christine would have loved it!"
beautiful handmade crafts and homemade treats, to lots of lovely
women having mini massages, facials, nails and more, it also included
muisic from the brilliant Havenless Band and the Pink Bras
brass band who were outstanding!"
"We are so thank full once again to all our loyal supporters
who attended the night - without you and the Oaktree Arena, these
events are not possible to do. The feedback has been brilliant and
we are sure this event will return in 2018!"
The group's next event is supporting the Weston Lions Club Real
Ale & Cider Festival on 28th, 29th, 30th July on the beach lawns
at Weston where Somerset Breast Cancer Now has been chosen as one
of the beneficiaries of the event.
The Pink Bras will be performing at Wells Town Hall on July
8th to help fundraise for one of their band members Stephen Sykes
to help fund his cancer treatment. Tickets are available via www.pinkbrass.co.uk.