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Out & About Fresca Hosts a Pink Party Extravaganza to Remember


A kind hearted birthday girl made sure her special day was all about others as her ‘Pink Party’ raised money for charity Breakthrough Breast Cancer. Paula Hardy has been fundraising for over 30 years, mainly cancer charities due to personal losses. Prostate, Breast cancer & Macmillan are three examples of such charities she raised has helped.


This year Paula and her good friends once again gathered at Fresca Italian Restaurant, Delph, which was decked out in pink lights and decorations for the event. "My birthday do started at Mallows around 25 years ago with 20 girls, and the largest I hosted had over 120." Says Paula. "I've raised approximately £1000 a year, give or take. It's a great time to get old and new friends together and all for a worthy cause."


Guests contributed pink prizes for the raffle as well as donations and money raised will go towards Breakthrough Breast Cancer’s research, campaigning and education. "The evening was a fantastic success and once again I'm overwhelmed with the response" Paula told us. "On behalf of everyone concerned we would like to thank Charlotte and all the team at Fresca for their incredible hospitality, as well as the fantastic Gwenn Moran for entertaining us. She was truly brilliant once again."


Look out for details of next year event.... Well done once again Paula.


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