Mini Market gives boost to St Wilfrid’s Hospice

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A raffle and stalls were all part of the fun during a fundraiser at an Eastbourne business this week.

Biba Hair and Beauty salon in Beatty Road hosted the event after Charlotte Bracken ,who runs her business Beauty by Charlotte there ,organised the event.

Charlotte Bracken held a fund raising Christmas Mini-Market at Biba Hair & Beauty in Beatty Road where she has her beauty room. The proceeds will go to St. Wilfrid's Hospice. (L to R): Charlotte Bracken, Sarah Taylor of Candelicious, Susan Winter stylist,  Pauline Fuller owner of Biba, Shoni MacDonald of Sweet Tree Heaven. October 23rd 2013 E43167P

Charlotte Bracken held a fund raising Christmas Mini-Market at Biba Hair & Beauty in Beatty Road where she has her beauty room. The proceeds will go to St. Wilfrid's Hospice. (L to R): Charlotte Bracken, Sarah Taylor of Candelicious, Susan Winter stylist, Pauline Fuller owner of Biba, Shoni MacDonald of Sweet Tree Heaven. October 23rd 2013 E43167P

The 39-year-old is a voluntary foot care specialist at St Wilfrid’s Hospice wellbeing unit and wanted to help boost the charity’s coffers.

On Tuesday this week people had the chance to pop into the salon and buy different goods such as candles, confectionery, scarves and beauty gift sets. They also had the chance to take part in a raffle and tuck into refreshments.