Worthing sisters raise £505 for hospice

Two Worthing sisters have raised £505 for a hospice by holding pamper party Big Get Together in memory of their mum.

Sunday, 30th October 2016, 11:13 am
Updated Friday, 8th June 2018, 1:57 am
Lisa (right), Michelle (second from right, holding a photo of her mum, Margaret) with therapists Lauren and Bonnie

Lisa and her sister Michelle continued the tradition their mum Margaret started last year by holding a pamper party for St Barnabas House.

Lisa, Michelle and their dad Paul lost Margaret who sadly passed away in April this year. Early in 2015, Margaret had organised a ‘Pamper Night In’ to raise money for St Barnabas House.

The sisters thought it would be a wonderful gesture to carry on in her memory, so decided to hold a pamper party as part of The Big Get Together.

They organised three beauty therapists, invited guests and arranged who was having what treatments and when.

They also organised and ran a raffle which was supported by guests, other friends and local businesses Beauty by Lauren, Shafiques, Pixies and The Fox.

Lisa and Michelle said: “Mum was always thinking of others and did lots of charity work over the years which is one of the reasons we wanted to do this in her memory. She will be always loved, never forgotten, forever missed.”

Find out more at www.thebiggettogether.org.uk/stb.

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