Beauty and craft event in aid of Prospect Hospice

Local beautician Sabrina Williams is organising a Beauty and Craft Fair to raise funds for Prospect Hospice following the care and support her uncle and grandad received at the end of their lives.

The local mum-of-three ran her first Beauty and Craft Fair in 2017, offering a fantastic opportunity for local businesses and traders to come together and do something good for a great cause. With over 300 people through the door, the event was a great success.

The 2018 event will see a whole host of stalls offering pamper treatments such as manicures, massages and facials, and crafts including candles, organic products and a variety of knitted items. There will also be teas, coffee, cake and sandwiches available on the day, as well as a crèche run by a qualified childminder.

Hollie Ricketts, from our Fundraising team, said: "On behalf of everyone at Prospect Hospice I would like to thank Sabrina for choosing to support the hospice with her Beauty and Craft  Fair this year. It will be a great day to pamper yourself and network with local beauticians and small businesses whilst raising money for a great, local cause. We look forward to seeing you there!”

So if you’re looking for a chance to treat yourself, then come down to St Joseph’s School on Ocotal Way in Swindon on Saturday 30 June, midday – 5pm.