Looking good while raising cash to help hospice care

A special festive pamper day, which included massages and manicures, raised hundreds of pounds for patient care.

A special festive pamper day, which included massages and manicures, raised hundreds of pounds for patient care.

The King George and Queen’s hospitals charity raised �520 by holding a Christmas pamper and shopping day at Queen’s in Romford.

The money will go towards improving care and the environment for patients on Queen’s geriatric ward, Sky A.

Throughout the day, a mixture of staff, visitors and patients were given the opportunity to receive beauty treatments such as a non-invasive facelift, threading, mini-manicure and pedicures, as well as complementary therapies including reflexology and Indian head massage.


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Visitors were also able to get a head start with their Christmas shopping as there were a variety of stalls.

If you would like to find out how you can help the charity with similar events, visit www.supportyourhospital.org.

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