A special ‘Pamper & Prosecco’ event in Swindon returns next week to boost funds for local children’s hospice at home charity Jessie May.

A week from today Swindon Rugby Club will be transformed into a ‘Pamper & Prosecco’ themed venue.

Kicking off at 7pm on Friday 22ndMarch, the event will offer visitors a night of prosecco, beauty treatments, gift stalls and a charity raffle in aid of Jessie May, whose Wiltshire nurses have a Swindon base at Rombourne’s Kingston House.

Debbie Clark, Jessie May’s Swindon Fundraiser, said: “With just 1 week to go now, we’re all incredibly excited about our Pamper and Prosecco fundraiser. Last year we hosted a very fun and successful Pamper and Prosecco evening at the rugby club, and hope this year’s event will be even bigger and better!

“On arrival, guests will receive a glass of bubbly and a goodie bag, and be able to enjoy some nibbles as they choose from a plethora of beauty treatments, now including mini facials and mini reflexology. Manicures, pedicures, massage and more will also be on offer during the night – plenty to choose from!

“Of course, if visitors would rather spend the time enjoying a glass of bubbly or two with friends and family – perhaps colleagues too – they can do exactly that. The night is as much about bringing people together for a wonderful evening as it is raising vital funds for Jessie May, and supporting our nurses’ vital work.”

Tickets for the event are £5 per person, which includes a glass of prosecco on arrival, nibbles and a goodie bag. All the proceeds from the evening, which takes place between 7pm and 10pm, will go to Jessie May and help the charity continue to support families through respite care, emotional support, end of life care and bereavement support.

You can buy tickets ahead of the event on Eventbrite here or pay on the door on the night. There is a 92p booking fee for tickets bought online.

For more information about this event, email Debbie onDebbie.clark@jessiemay.org.uk.

For more information about Jessie May, visitwww.jessiemay.org.uk.


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