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sales@safehandsholidays.co.uk Soap Stars beside the Sea Side....


The New Mayfair Hotel hosted it’s April Soap Star Special midweek break, which proved really popular, with a lot of our regular guests returning for more fun and photos to add to their safehands holidays photo album.


Starting the night we had our fantastic resident entertainer Nicole Jordan singing some happy holiday songs to get our guests singing and dancing ready for our special night.


Alison King has been one of Coronation Streets favourite character’s for over ten years, having many different relationships and ups and downs as her on screen character Carla Connor, Operations Manager Karen Dixon was confident the guests would not mind that she was no longer in the show.


The moment Alison arrived the guests bombarded her with various questions about her character, and some of her on screen characters one guest asked what Roy cropper drank outside of the show? “ Red wine .... Yes Roy likes his glass or bottle of red wine”. Another guest got really emotional saying she had missed seeing Carla on the cobbles of Coronation Street, Alison has said “she is ready to go back if they want her to so watch this space you heard it here first”.


Alison continued the night by engaging with the guests and hotel staff answering their questions and dancing, whilst the fabulous Nicole interacted with all our guests singing and dancing.


The evening also hosted a best dressed competition golden oldies Pat & Lucy stole the show; the winners were announced by Nicole singing the popular 90s hit lady in red to both ladies.


Pat & Lucy won a free stay at The New Mayfair Hotel and are looking forward to coming back in August 2017.


Group organiser Paul Marks & branch manager Christine Green return to the Esplanade Hotel Llandudno with members of the Ms Society North Staffordshire


for the 5th time since its opening in April 2015. This time the group chose to stay for our soap star special midweek breaks. Each evening the hotel provides an entertainment programme with a great selection of entertainers.


The group were joined by our fantastically talented female artist Eryl Restall, within minutes of bingo finishing she had them all up dancing and cheering, ready to welcome our soap star for the evening; AMY WALSH aka Tracy Metcalf.


Amy was greeted by the group with a warm welcome, she interacted with all the guests, responding to various questions about her life as a Soap Star, with the guests trying to get some secrets of what the future holds for her and David. Following on from this, Amy greeted each of the guests individually, with in house photographer Karen Dixon to ensure all guests had their photo taken. These were then readily available to take home in a signed presentation card.


This was not the end to this extra special night. Amy joined everyone on the dance floor and stayed well over her time dancing and chatting to guests, and the fantastic carers that come and support clients on their holidays.


The following morning we had an Eggstra special treat for our guests, for the first time in all the years of working with the soap stars, we had someone who agreed to come back in her own time to say goodbye before she headed home. Amy sat and had breakfast, she opted for the lighter option of poached eggs and smoked haddock and commented on how perfect it was. Well done head chef Paul Dyson, another satisfied guest.


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