Inspires @ HRC Pamper Evening
26 - 27 Mar 2019

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Indulge yourself in an evening of treatments and shopping in aid of Cancer Research UK at Inspires Salon, Hertford Regional College Ware campus.

Pamper Evening – Perfect Early Mother’s Day gift

Doors open 6.00pm. Treatments from 6pm -9pm (Treatments available at 6pm, 7pm and 8pm).

Indulge yourself in an evening of treatments and shopping in support of Cancer Research UK. Enjoy a luxurious 1hr treatment of either a massage, facial, conditioning treatment or a wash and blow-dry and discover beautiful gifts from local retailers and handmade items by HRC students (cash payments only on the night).

One Ticket price: £15 includes one 1hr pre booked treatment (but can book additional treatments on the night subject to availability). Welcome drinks and canapés will be provided on arrival with refreshments available throughout the evening.

List of Treatments Available:
Full Body Massage
Dr Belter Facial

Blow dry : style & finish
Conditioning : treatments & finish

Make-up consultations available on the night for small donation, subject to availability
All Treatments and Services subject to availability + cash needed for shopping/stalls. Treatments for 16 year olds and over.

All proceeds from the event will be restricted specifically to Breast Cancer Research

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