Because you’re worth it…

mac-makeupWhether it’s a break from the kids, an escape from the ironing or a bit of a breather to set us up for a busy week at work, we all deserve to be spoiled once in a while.

And when an opportunity comes along with a sparking Prosecco cocktail and some fabulous raffle prizes as part of the package too, what’s not to like?!

Tempted? Well, here’s your chance and it’s right here in Newark…

Enjoy an indulgent afternoon at Ann et Vin on Sunday 9 August, when hairdressers, makeup artists, nail technicians and a makeover stylist will be among the experts on hand from 2pm till 6pm, demonstrating their skills and selling pamper items too.

prosecco cocktailTickets for Spoil Me Sunday are £10 each, including that Prosecco cocktail on arrival, with all proceeds going to the Sam White Legacy.

Get the date in your diary now – tickets are available from Ann et Vin on Castlegate or you can contact Pam White (call 07970 939459 or email pam.white01@sky.com) to make your booking – and prepare to spoil yourself rotten for an hour or two!

A lasting legacy

sam olympic torch 2For  many people, the name Sam White conjures up one image in particular – summer 2012 and the Olympic torch borne aloft through the streets of Newark by someone wearing the biggest smile you’ve ever seen…

Diagnosed with a grade 4 cancerous brain tumour in March 2009, when he was just 12 years old, Sam was an amazing young man who touched the hearts and lives of everyone he met with that fabulous smile.

On Saturday, the Girls Around Town will be talking to Sam’s mother Pam White, who will share the story of how he overcame the devastating effects of a massive bleed on his brain when the tumour imploded.

How, during his long journey to recovery, he took on another challenge, to raise awareness of brain tumours in children and young people.

sam-white-legacy (1)And how, after he sadly died peacefully as a result of an infection in September 2013, Sam’s legacy lives on…

Join June and Sue (Tina‘s taking a break this weekend) on 107.8FM or listen online from 10am to 1pm…