Sugar & Spice Lingerie are pleased to be promoting a number of initiatives in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness month. The boutique is inviting ladies that have had or are having surgery for breast cancer to come along to the Newport shop on Friday, 27th October, to discuss their requirements for bras and be professionally fitted, and alongside the fitting session, restaurant Gods Providence House will be offering a cream day on the day at a reduced price and at least £1 donated to the Against Breast Cancer Charity.
Sheila Wilson, owner of Sugar & Spice said: “We are expert bra fitters and we like to find the bra for each of our customers that makes them feel supported, comfortable and confident. We stock ranges by Royce the wirefree bra experts, and we are now introducing a swimwear range from Nicola Jane, the post surgery experts. Sarah from Royce and Melissa from Nicola Jane will be with us for the day with all their products and knowledge.”
The bra recycling bank is another way of raising money for the charity and ladies are being encouraged to clear out any old or unwanted bras and drop them into the shop. The useable bras will go to Africa, and funds raised go to Against Breast Cancer charity.