Charity pamper day at Wordsley salon

A WORDSLEY beauty salon is hosting a pamper day to raise money for a charity that supports people with a rare form of cancer.

Tranquillité at Sandringham Place, will offer a range of treatments at discounted prices from 1.30pm today (Thursday).

All proceeds going to Pseudomyxoma Survivor, a support network for those with Pseudomyxoma Peritonei (PMP).

PMP is a rare cancer that usually starts as a small growth in the appendix, which will eventually break through the appendix wall and into the abdominal cavity lining, causing the abdomen to swell and compress other vital organs.

Salon director, Steve Tudor , aged 33, has raised £800 for the charity through numerous events since his father, Chris, died following a battle with the disease in April.


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