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Pamper Day raises almost £400 for charity

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IMG 20150722 121444The Equilibrium, with the help of our clients has raised almost £400 for charity, Hope and Homes for Children. The Pamper Day took place on Wednesday 22 July offering more than 30 clients a range of treatments from manicures to nutritional advice.

Manager, Lorraine Saunders said: “It was great fun pampering so many locals at the event. But
even more amazing to raise so much money for the charity that helps children worldwide. We hope to repeat the event next year and raise more money for charity.”

Organised by the Equilibrium and a group of volunteers from Hope and Homes for Children Vale of Pewsey Support Group, the fundraiser encouraged clients to try alternative treatments such as Jin Shin Jyutsu and Hypnotherapy as well more common treatments such as pedicures and facials. Money was raised through donations for treatments, beautiful fresh cut flowers by Upavon based, The Flower Patch, and plenty of delicious cupcakes made by volunteers as well as further donations from generous clients.

Hope and Homes for Children is an international charity working to ensure that all children have
the chance to grow up in the love of a family. Their vision is a world in which
children no longer suffer institutional care. The next event being organised for the charity is 'Voices
on the Hill' at the Theatre on the Hill Marlborough on 26th September.

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