- Credit: Archant
HEAD massages, decorated pebbles and scented candles were just some of the items on offer at Kingshill School’s pamper and shopping event.
The Kingshill Friends Association put on the event to raise money for the Nailsea school funds and scores of women turned up to enjoy a treat and a splurge.
Visitors could pick up beauty products, jewellery, clothes, handbags and cakes.
Cara Davies, from Soul Stones, was selling her pebbles decorated with patterns and uplifting phrases.
Juliet Davies was offering head massages and Tracey Shears was selling her colourful candles.
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The event raised £537 which will go towards the school’s big pond project.
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