Pamper Evening at Bromsgrove's Hilton for Stroke Association

By Tristan Harris Friday 04 July 2014 Updated: 04/07 01:33

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A LADIES' Summer Pamper Evening will be held at Bromsgrove's Hilton Hotel to raise awareness of stroke and fund-raise for the Stroke Association.

The event, supported by Asda, will start at 7pm on Thursday (July 10) and feature a range of stalls, including treatments and therapies.

There will also be a fashion show to showcase Asda's new summer range.

Dawn Baylis from Asda in Bromsgrove said: “A pamper evening can be the perfect excuse to give yourself a treat or spend some luxury time with your friends and family. The evening will include the latest fashion trends from Asda, health advice and beauty tips.

"There will also be the chance for the lovely ladies to really indulge and purchase some exciting goodies.

"We think this is a great opportunity for the women of Worcestershire to relax, be spoilt and to take some much needed relief from the World Cup football which has been sweeping the nation of late! So, bring your friends and family, and come along to enjoy to Ladies Summer Pamper Evening with us.”

Claire Benfield, Regional Fundraiser from the Stroke Association in the West Midlands said: “This is the third year that Asda has supported the Stroke Association, and the event is growing from strength to strength.

"We are encouraging women from the Worcestershire area to come along, have a great night and help raise vital funds to support stroke survivors and their families.”

Tickets cost £7.50 and include a beauty pamper goody bag and a complimentary glass of fizz on arrival.

Email The Stroke Association's West Midlands' regional fund-raiser Claire Benfield at westmidsfundraising@stroke.org.uk or call her on 01527 903501 for more information and tickets.

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