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News: A Special Treat For Women

Tuesday, 8th June 2004
(PR 1385)

WOMEN who enjoy pampering are being called to Morecambe for a special day of indulgence.

For just £2 teenagers to pensioners can get their hair and nails looked at, exercise the Pilates' way, have an Indian head massage, see crystal healing, try out healthy nosh and even learn about allergies.

Tuesday 22 June is Pamper Day at Morecambe Youth and Community Centre, where a band of experts will be offering 20-minute taster sessions in a host of healing and holistic choices.

The fund-raising initiative aims to help two mother and child groups - Time Out and Space, both regular users of the centre.

A creche is being organised so mums can relax and enjoy themselves in peace and quiet.

It is a joint venture between the Lancashire County Council run centre, Primrose Holistic Centre, Lancaster City Council's Leisure Services and the Healthy Living Centre. A single £2 entry fee is being charged, to include all the activities.

Centre manager Kate Green said it was a "wonderful opportunity for women to get together to enjoy a bit of pampering and experience some good holistic therapies".

Booking is essential for the day, which runs from 1 to 4 pm. The creche will be open between 12.45 and 2.45.

For details of options on offer and booking, call Morecambe Youth and Community Centre, Woodhill Lane, on 01524 412425.

For further information please contact: Stephen Axon on 01772 533194

stephen.axon@css.lancscc.gov.uk

 


Pamper day at Morecambe Youth and Community Centre


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