It's good to pamper

PUBLISHED: 07:21 13 October 2006 | UPDATED: 19:49 01 June 2010

Our picture shows five-year-old Louise Chambers having her nails painted by Noreen Partridge - Pic: Brian Purdy

Our picture shows five-year-old Louise Chambers having her nails painted by Noreen Partridge - Pic: Brian Purdy

THIRTY-eight people were given a little pampering on Saturday while they were shopping at the Boots store in the Horse Fair shopping centre, Wisbech. They were treated to a free nail polishing in exchange for a small donation to Breast Cancer Care. Alongs

THIRTY-eight people were given a little pampering on Saturday while they were shopping at the Boots store in the Horse Fair shopping centre, Wisbech.

They were treated to a free nail polishing in exchange for a small donation to Breast Cancer Care.

Alongside the volunteers from Breast Cancer Care who carried out polishing, a representative from Boots' No.7 beauty range provided 16 free makeovers.

A free prize draw saw Linda Shailes, from Wisbech, win a new fragrance from designer brand Ghost, while Yvonne Hazeldine, also from Wisbech, won £74 worth of No.7 skincare products donated by Boots.

Horse Fair manager Kevin Smith said: "We managed to raise £220 for Breast Cancer Care, which I believe to be a fantastic amount for such a worthwhile and needy cause.


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