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Charity event for carers at Chichester salon

A raffle prize for Mayoress of Chichester Cherry Hughes, with HQ Hairs directors, Shaun and Diane Lyndon Smith and Crossroads Care girls, Lucy 
Ashworth and Lucy Knowles
All images Graham Franks Photography �

A raffle prize for Mayoress of Chichester Cherry Hughes, with HQ Hairs directors, Shaun and Diane Lyndon Smith and Crossroads Care girls, Lucy Ashworth and Lucy Knowles All images Graham Franks Photography �

THE champagne was flowing as guests flocked to HQ Hair for a makeover at a glitzy charity event last week.

The Chichester hair salon hosted a Girls Night In event to fundraise for Crossroads Care, a local care provider which supports full-time carers.

Guests enjoyed bubbly and nibbles as they were treated to a professional workshop on how to style and look after hair.

Heated rollers, straighteners, crimpers and countless grips assisted in creating the hair makeovers for guests.

There was also a raffle, with prizes donated by local businesses.

Among the guests were the mayoress Cherry Hughes and the UK ambassador for carers, Kate Keays.

Co-owner of the salon, Diane Lyndon-Smith, said: “This is the third year we have run such an event and our customers have shown their support by attending and buying raffle tickets.

“Having your hair done is a real treat and we love to make our customers feel special.

“This night brings together girls to enjoy an informal hair education session to help them look their best.

“We are thrilled to have the support of the mayoress of Chichester for our Girls Night In.

“We raised more than £600 which will go towards giving carers and their loved ones much-needed time out.”

 

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