Success at North Somerset Women’s Show

PUBLISHED: 09:00 02 December 2010

Cadbury House, Congresbury. North Somerset's first ever 'women's show'. Stalls selling products, beauty demonstrations. The Cup Cake Bakery, Portishead, Abi Courtney and Zoe Walker with their DIY cake decoration kits.

Cadbury House, Congresbury. North Somerset's first ever 'women's show'. Stalls selling products, beauty demonstrations. The Cup Cake Bakery, Portishead, Abi Courtney and Zoe Walker with their DIY cake decoration kits.

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BEAUTY demonstrations, gifts and cakes were all on offer at the first ever North Somerset Women’s Show on Sunday.

Cadbury House, Congresbury. North Somerset's first ever 'women's show'. Stalls selling products, beauty demonstrations. Jayne Molyneux from Lifestyle taking about botox with Paulina Gillespie from Heart Radio.

Held at the Congresbury hotel, Doubletree by Hilton at Cadbury House, the event proved a huge success with visitors and stall-holders, who made the most of what was dubbed ‘the ultimate girls’ day out’.

Organised by Backwell mum-of-two, Caroline Sparks, the first 250 visitors to the show were given a free goody bag and throughout the day talks and demonstrations were put on by experts in beauty and cosmetic treatments.

Stalls were set up by traders and therapists from across Somerset, including Cleeve Nursery, Nailsea’s Blue Room artists, The Cup Cake Bakery in Portishead and Pour la Femme in Christon.

Groups, organisations, sport clubs and health practitioners also held stalls to promote their work.

Cadbury House, Congresbury. North Somerset's first ever 'women's show'. Stalls selling products, beauty demonstrations. Dolores Bowskill having a manicure from Rani McMurran of Pour la Femme in Christon.

* For more images from the show click the picture gallery link at the top of this page.


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