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Tayntons to hold make-up evening in aid of cancer support charity

Gloucester based solicitors Tayntons are holding a night of networking and pampering including a makeup tutorial over Zoom. This is in partnership with the Leading Ladies of Gloucestershire group. Attendees will be able to meet and chat to like-minded strong business women.

As well as benefiting attendees with makeup tips, the money raised on the night will go towards Cheltenham cancer charity Maggie's.

Maggie's offers free support to those with cancer and their families. They self-proclaim to be 'a breathing space away from hospital' and 'a calm, friendly and uplifting space'.

Having cancer can be a lonely experience, but 96% of those who visit Maggie's centres up and down the country feel less alone after visiting. As well as this, 98% feel more confident speaking to their medical teams after visiting a centre.

The make-up and pamper evening will include a raffle, of which prizes include a £50 Cheltenham Gift Card, a Microsoft tablet and a year's worth of a domain name from Dark Web Monitoring.

To get a ticket to the event, you can click here.

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