Health and beauty fair in aid of NI Hospice

Pictured at the official launch of the Mid-Ulster Health & Beauty Fair who be held on  Tuesday the 18th of October in St Swithins Church hall with all proceeds in aid of the Northern Ireland Hospice were Francis Bradley (Proprietor of the Escape Beauty Retreat Magherafelt), Orla McKenna (Hospice Nurse Specialist), Tina Galloway, Sue Johnston and Emily Ferson (NI Hospice Magherafelt Branch).mm41-307sr

Pictured at the official launch of the Mid-Ulster Health & Beauty Fair who be held on Tuesday the 18th of October in St Swithins Church hall with all proceeds in aid of the Northern Ireland Hospice were Francis Bradley (Proprietor of the Escape Beauty Retreat Magherafelt), Orla McKenna (Hospice Nurse Specialist), Tina Galloway, Sue Johnston and Emily Ferson (NI Hospice Magherafelt Branch).mm41-307sr

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MAGHERAFELT Hospice Support Group is running a Health and Beauty Fair next week to raise much needed funds for Northern Ireland Hospice.

The fair will take place in St Swithin’s Church Hall, Castledawson Road next Tuesday 18 October. The evening will kick off at 5.30pm and run until 10pm and a wide range of therapies including reflexology, massage, irrodology and much more. There will be rememedies, beauty treats and colour analysis will be on offer to promote individual holistic health and well-being for both male and female clients.

As well as this, people will have the chance to browse and purchase special Christmas gifts from crafters, which includes jewellery, books and candles and also have the opportunity to buy hospice Christmas cards and calendars.

Organiser Emily Ferguson said: “Following on from last year’s sensational event we have run this gain and your support would be greatly appreciated in making this another successful night.”

The work of the Northern Ireland Hospice is invaluable to people living with a life-limiting illness. They provide care to adults, children and young people both in hospice and in their own homes throughout Northern Ireland. Hospice services are provided free of charge and the charity relies on the support of the local community so everyone is encouraged to come along to the Health and Beauty Fair and support this local charity.

The charity employs nurse specialists who care for around 120 patients with life-threatening illnesses such as cancer every year in the Mid Ulster area. With limited government funding such as the Hospice heavily rely on voluntary donations and fundraising events such as this to raise the necessary funds to maintain its services.

Admission to the Health and Beauty Fair is £5 which includes light refreshments. To purchase tickets contact Emily Ferson 07513855414 or pay at the door.