Save the Family’s ‘Look Good Feel Good’ health and beauty event, Chester Racecourse
PUBLISHED: 00:00 02 May 2019
More than 500 people attended Save the Family’s ‘Look Good Feel Good’ health and beauty event at Chester Racecourse which raised almost £3000 in aid of homeless and troubled families.
Save the Family’s ‘Look Good Feel Good’
Look Good-Feel Good event for Save the Family at Chester Racecourse
Jackie Jones performing Bars Therapy on 15-year-old Sophie Hunter
BBC presenter Louise Minchin's book signing session
'Model' Aimee Paddock (centre) with Rebecca Roberts and Corinne Gibbons of Code Cosmetics of Llandudno
Sarah Stanyer (centre) of 'Be a Happier You' with Philip Prile and Daniela Dobbin from Medispa
Eleven-year-old Evie Woods has her nails done by Sarah Matthews of 'Glow Beauty'
Anne Douglas (left) sampling an Arbonne energy drink courtesy of Harjer Kadhim and Rhiannon Ward
Customer, Moira Billington (left) with Elizabet Caminade-Lavault and her Riverford Organic Farmers stand
Sarah Stanyer and client Harriet Shore at 'Be a Happier You
Katie Bebbington (left) with potential customers Leo (9) and Luca Carter (6) with Rosario Mawby for her Chester Boot Camp
Working up a thirst on a smoothie bike eleven-year-old Fern Bennion of Broughton uses pedal power to blend her drink with Rebecca Lilley
Sarah Ratcliffe of Mode Hair & Beauty with daughter, Molly (11)
Carole Pritchard, Isabella and Julie Coulthard with Leonie Bass and Laura Bromley promoting Fitness and Nutrition
BBC Breakfast presenter Louise Minchin opened the charity's first event with a talk and throughout the day there were health and beauty seminars, demonstrations and tutorials. The event also hosted Cheshire's first 'Young Make-up Artist of the Year' competition which was won by 14-year-old Mia Smith-Roberts who won a hamper donated by Chester-based Doll Beauty.
Save the Family's general manager Tracy White said: 'The event was a thrilling success for the charity and all the businesses involved.'
For more information go to savethefamily.org.uk.