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Tickets on sale for St Giles Hospice’s Ladies Lunch event

Women from across the region have been busy snapping up tickets for the St Giles Hospice Autumn Ladies Lunch at  Hoar Cross Hall Spa Resort near Lichfield.

The St Giles Hospice Autumn Ladies Lunch will feature a style makeover by the Colour Me Beautiful team

The St Giles Hospice Autumn Ladies Lunch will feature a style makeover by the Colour Me Beautiful team

Featuring a three-course lunch, the event takes place on September 21 and includes top tips on lifestyle management from Lichfield ’s Mission Accomplished and a style makeover by Colour Me Beautiful’s expert image consultants.

The autumn event follows St Giles’ hugely successful spring fashion show, attended by more than 160 women from across the region, and a popular summer buffet, with live jazz music and craft stalls.

Helen Relihan, Head of Fundraising for St Giles, said:

“Our Autumn Lunch promises to be a really inspirational event for everyone attending, combining a lovely three-course lunch with innovative ideas from Mission Accomplished on how to take care of your ‘to-do list’ in no time at all!

“Ladies will also discover their most flattering colours and individuals styles with the help of Colour Me Beautiful’s essential guide to looking and feeling fantastic. Our ladies lunches are a great way to meet new people or to do something different with friends and family, and we’re always keen to see new faces at these popular events.”

The Autumn Lunch at Hoar Cross Hall starts at 12noon on September 21. Tickets cost £25.00, with proceeds going towards St Giles Hospice’s caring services for local people living with cancer and other serious illnesses.

For further information or to purchase a ticket please call 01543 434 542 or email

St Giles Hospice is a registered charity offering high-quality medical and nursing care for people with cancer and other serious illnesses, as well as providing support for their families and carers. Care is offered at the hospice’s facilities in Sutton Coldfield and Whittington between Lichfield and Tamworth , or in patients’ own homes across the region.

St Giles spends £6 million every year providing its specialist services and with less than a third of this funded by the Government, relies heavily on donations and fundraising.

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