Therapists raise money for charity through pamper day
- Credit: Nigel Lincoln
A pamper session raised more than £100 for Weston Hospice at the weekend.
Two therapists held the event at Windsor House Health, in Old Coach Road in Cross, on Saturday and raised around £170 for the hospice.
Hannah Woodward and Sarah Baker were 'delighted' at the response from the amount of people who visited the venue for a treatment on the day in aid of the charity.
The pair offered holistic treatments including massages, reflexology, hypnotherapy and reiki and people enjoyed a 20-minute treatment for £10.
Sarah, of Sarah Baker Hypnotherapy and Holistic, said all appointment times were taken, and added that if the pair could have treated more people in aid of the cause, they would.
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Hannah said: "I would like to say a massive thank you to everyone who supported us at our recent charity day at the weekend.
"We are both really chuffed and feeling very grateful for all of your support."
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