Having a ball while helping charity

Belle Femme are hosting a charity ball to celebrate 10 years of business, prceeds of which will be split between two local charities the Gary Barton Memorial Trust, and the Pete Spencer's Helping Hands Memorial Fund.'Picture L to R - Janine Goodman ( Nail & Beauty Therapist ), Sharon Baker ( Owner - Belle Femme ) & Sophie Harris ( Nail & Beauty Therapist )
Belle Femme are hosting a charity ball to celebrate 10 years of business, prceeds of which will be split between two local charities the Gary Barton Memorial Trust, and the Pete Spencer's Helping Hands Memorial Fund.'Picture L to R - Janine Goodman ( Nail & Beauty Therapist ), Sharon Baker ( Owner - Belle Femme ) & Sophie Harris ( Nail & Beauty Therapist )

A BEAUTY salon in Daventry will be marking its 10th anniversary with a formal event.

Tickets have gone on sale for the event organised by Belle Femme Nail and Beauty Salon at Newlands, Daventry. The Charity Black Tie Ball will be taking place on Saturday, July 13 at the Daventry Court Hotel. The event will be raising funds for The Gary Barton Memorial Trust and Pete Spencer’s Helping Hands Memorial Fund. 
Starting at 7pm with a red carpet drinks reception, followed by a three-course meal and then a live swing singer and a disco. Tickets for the event are £45 and people are asked to book early for the event. Among the prizes which can be won are a pair of mountain bikes, a signed Northampton Saints Shirt, a pair of personalised diamante shoes and an overnight stay, dinner and bed and breakfast at Daventry Court Hotel. Raffle tickets are £1 and will be sold in the build-up to the ball as well as on the night. 
Sharon Baker, owner of Belle Femme, said: “A big thank you to all of the businesses who have helped. In particular to All Aspects Care and Harpers.”
Tickets from Belle Femme.
Pictured right is Janine Goodman, Sharon Baker and Sophie Harris of Belle Femme.