Mall night supports skydive4joe

PUBLISHED: 12:00 07 November 2013

Salon owner Sue Pickles and Manager Alice Yarr with Lucy Burston of Collision Accessories from Clevedon.

Salon owner Sue Pickles and Manager Alice Yarr with Lucy Burston of Collision Accessories from Clevedon.

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AN APPEAL collecting charity cash in memory of a brave Nailsea teenager has been given a huge boost after a town salon raised more than £1,000.

Amanda Simpson serving Nicola Dicks.Amanda Simpson serving Nicola Dicks.

SP Hair Company held a mini mall night on Friday, with a host of stalls selling items including jewellery, accessories, cakes and candles.

Treatments were also on offer at the High Street venue during the evening which raised £1,034 for the skydive4joe appeal.

This is run in memory of 16-year-old Joe Porter who died in February following a battle with bowel cancer.

Any money donated to the appeal will go to Bowel Cancer UK and the Teenager Cancer Trust.

Cake maker Gina Gregory from Nailsea.Cake maker Gina Gregory from Nailsea.


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