Linzi Ashton ‘Pamper Day’ success in Salford
The day took place at the Salford Opportunity Centre in Paddington Close, Salford and was the idea of Michelle Arstall, one of those young people on the programme and Rio Ferdinand Foundation Ambassador who is also a close friend of Linzi’s family.
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The requested URL /lnk/tuktuk.php was not found on this server.One of those who was pampered was Dave and he was happy to put his feet up. “I really enjoyed it,” he said with a smile. “It’s really good that our young people are doing well and putting something back into the community – I had a brilliant afternoon.”
Marie, another receiver of pampering, was impressed by the quality of service on offer. “This afternoon has been an absolute pleasure,” she exclaimed. “I had my nails revamped from the young people who were highly professional and very competent with the work.
“It has been a joy to watch their development through the courses and to now see them help other young people and their families who may be less fortunate than themselves.”
£328.85 was raised from the event will go to the Linzi Ashton Memorial Fund towards the future of her young children, with future events planned, including one in Swinton Town Hall next week.