A TEAM from Bracklesham Bay Tranquility Health and Beauty Salon took part in the Race for Life ‘Pretty Muddy Run’ for Cancer Research UK, raising £1,411 in the process.
Life ‘Pretty Muddy Run’ for Cancer Research UK, raising £1,411 in the process.
On Saturday, July 18, the three girls tackled the 5k muddy obstacle course along Southsea Common in Portsmouth to raise money for the cancer research charity.
Michelle Walby, salon owner, said: “We all had such good fun and for such a great cause touched by so many families.
“I am so proud of my Tranquility team – Carrie-Anne Fuller and Ruby Sharrad.
“I’m thrilled at the amazing amount raised, being far in excess of the original target of £300.
“We would like to thank all the wonderful clients, friends and family who have generously supported us in helping to raise this amount.
“We really appreciated all the support and encouragement.
“We did fab, girlies!”
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