FIZZ & FROLICS AFTERNOON
Sunday 31 March
This will be the party to kick of the Spring - Join us for an afternoon of Fun & Frolics!!
Hosted by the amazing Susie Bruce Cormack with live entertainment from the phenominal Michelle Elii - expect games, shopping, pampering, competitions, prizes & plenty food and drink!!
All in Aid of 3 amazing charities: Calums Cabin, Home-start Renfrewshire & Inverclyde & Debra.
Included in your ticket:
Bubbles & Hot Bites
Live Entertainment, Games & Prizes
All for £35 per person (+ booking fee)
Tickets are limited to 60 max!
About the Charities:
Calums Cabin and Calums Cabin Cottage are purpose built luxury countryside retreats situated on the Isle of Bute, designed and equipped to the highest of standards, the self-catering accommodation offers peace and tranquillity for children suffering from cancer or a cancer related diseases, where the entire family can come, make irreplaceable memories, spend quality family time together and recharge their batteries for what may lie ahead. Calum Speirs (12) made Calums Cabin and Calums Cabin Cottage possible. More information is available at www.calumscabin.com
HOME-START RENFREWSHIRE & INVERCLYDE
Bringing up children is hard. Home-Start Renfrewshire and Inverclyde has been supporting families with young children throughout the whole of the Renfrewshire area, including the outlying villages, since 2001 and across Inverclyde since November 2015. Through our home-visiting volunteers we offer a unique service providing practical and emotional support to parents/carers with one or more children under 5. More information is available at www.home-start-renfrewshire.org.uk
DEBRA is the national charity looking after around 5,000 people in the UK with the genetic skin blistering condition Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB). Those born with EB have skin so fragile they are called 'butterfly children' – their skin is quite simply as fragile as the wing of a butterfly. Tragically, certain types of EB can be fatal in infancy and others are severely life-limiting. Even in its least severe form it can still cause lifelong disability and pain. More information is available at www.debra.org.uk