With Spring well and truly on its way layers of Winter clothing are now starting to come off and Winter boots are being swapped with strappy san- dles, so it's time to take care of your feet again and liven them up with a pedicure and a
fresh layer of nail polish.
Late last year we launched the popular Orly Gel FX lacquer system in salon. This Gel lacquer is not only suitable for your fingers but also for your toes, giv- ing you an amazing longer lasting pedi- cure.
Orly Gel FX is a vitamin infused gel lac- quer system. Gel FX is no ordinary gel lacquer system, it is packed with antioxidant vitamins A and E to pro- mote healthy nails and pro-vitamin B5 to protect the structure of the natural nail. The Gel FX manicure/pedicure also includes Orly's beautiful cuticle oil, made with orange blossom and wild cherry extract to condition and mois- turise problem cuticles. Orly Gel FX comes in a variety of chip-free colours or a classic French, offering incredibly durable, chip-free nails for up to 3 weeks with superior shine. Gel lacquers
dry instantly so there's no risk of smudging or denting your polish, you can just get on with your day without any worries.
This month we have put together a pampering Spring package where you can have a Orly Gel FX Gel Manicure and Gel Pedicure for the special price of £40 saving you over £10. Call the salon today on 01394 282626 to book your appointment.
Felixstowe Probus 84
We are a social Club for retired and semi-retired businessmen who meet fortnightly at the Marlborough Hotel. We are here for Gentlemen who wish to maintain a social network with oth- ers of similar interest, looking for fel- lowship, friendship, fun and a bit of intellectual exercise. Good speakers are engaged for every meeting.
Recently we were treated to an account of a fascinating journey by Chris Parfitt - The Arctic Circle - an expedition lead by Felixstowe's Alan Peats. The train journey started in Stockholm, crossed the Arctic Circle at Jokkmokk, carried on to Kiruna and then across to Norway's Narvik and Trondheim, finish- ing in Oslo, a 2500 mile journey deeply steeped in WW2 history.
This was followed by Professor John Midwinter who gave us an insight into
the future of private transport pointing out that the world is running out of fos- sil fuels and that new technologies must be developed urgently so that we can continue to enjoy our favourite toy - the motorcar.
Our next event is the annual joint luncheon with the other three Probus Clubs in Felixstowe which we are host- ing. It is always a very enjoyable occa- sion to "break bread" with fellow Probing. On the 1st May we are going to hear about the German Air Defences in 1944 by Lowestoft Talks.
If you are interested in our Club please contact John Reynolds at 01394 671712 or see our full details at www.suffolk.gov.uk/infolink
East Suffolk Association for the Blind - Felixstowe Branch
We are holding a Concert on 29th May 2012 featuring The Orwell Connections Choir, at St Martin's Church, Trimley St Martin. At 7.30pm Light refreshments, Tickets 5.00 from: 01394 548355 or on the door. All proceeds go to East Suffolk Blind.
East Suffolk Blind supports 200 blind & partially sighted people living in the Felixstowe community.
Re-location Sale at One O One
Teresa Gregg-Scheyde who has run the Picture Framing and Arts and Crafts Gallery One O One, in Walton, for the past eleven years will be relocating to Little Bealings in June.
Teresa will continue with the framing side of the business from a workshop at her new premises. She would like to thank all her valued customers for their loyalty and friendship over the years.
Before she closes, all items in the Gallery will be reduced so why not pop along and take a look?
Please keep a check on her website www.oneoone.biz
for details of new opening times at her new premises later in the year.
Please mention the Flyer when responding to advertisements. www.flyeronline.co.uk
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