Pampering proves popular

PUBLISHED: 11:00 03 February 2011

SP Hair Company and Beauty Rooms, High Street, Nailsea. Ladies enjoying a charity evening with treatments and demonstrations. Sue Pickles owner of SP Hair curling Katrina Balshaw's hair, Head Stylist Kathryn Starr, Amanda Simpson owner of Beauty Rooms giving a nail treament to Louise Turner Community Fund Raiser for Children's Hospice South West and Jack Roome Stylist.

SP Hair Company and Beauty Rooms, High Street, Nailsea. Ladies enjoying a charity evening with treatments and demonstrations. Sue Pickles owner of SP Hair curling Katrina Balshaw's hair, Head Stylist Kathryn Starr, Amanda Simpson owner of Beauty Rooms giving a nail treament to Louise Turner Community Fund Raiser for Children's Hospice South West and Jack Roome Stylist.

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HUNDREDS of pounds have been raised for charity thanks to the work of some pruned and pampered ladies.

SP Hair Company and Beauty Rooms in Nailsea’s High Street put on a special charity evening to collect cash for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).

The evening on January 25 proved a huge success with about 50 people going along to enjoy treatments, demonstrations and the complimentary champagne and canapes.

As a result, a total of £515 was raised for CHSW, which runs Charlton Farm in Wraxall and cares for children with life-limiting and life-threatening illnesses.


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