High tea for women's health

Hats on for a good cause: Wetherill Park's Heavenly Curves owner Maria Silvestri, right, with staff members Maria Vaiarella, left, and Alyson Flynn. Picture: Simon Bennett

Hats on for a good cause: Wetherill Park's Heavenly Curves owner Maria Silvestri, right, with staff members Maria Vaiarella, left, and Alyson Flynn. Picture: Simon Bennett

IT WILL all be glitz and glamour on Sunday when Wetherill Park's Heavenly Curves hosts a Hats and Fascinator High Tea at Gledswood Homestead.

The event, for 300 women, is a McGrath Foundation fund-raiser to place McGrath breast care nurses across our local community.

The event will feature a fashion styling show, a silent auction and guest speakers, including a breast cancer survivor and an appearance by Miss Belles B Ringing, who was crowned Miss Appi Licious at this year's Miss Pin-up Australia competition.

Heavenly Curves owner (accredited breast prosthesis fitter and specialist bra fitter) Maria Silvestri said stallholders on the day would donate a percentage of their sales back to the foundation.

"Stallholders include Soap de Villa, Mandy's Heavenly Pampering, Heavenly Curves, Lily Anne Designs Personalised Lockets, Jasper King Shoes, Bluebelle Vintage Accessories, Maria Nicola Jewellery and Diva Drape," she said.

"We will also hold a raffle with prizes comprising a $250 Accor gift voucher, a Westfield gift voucher, a seven-day family holiday giveaway to foster and family tickets to Picnic on the Green."

Ms Silvestri said she was hoping to raise $5000 on the day.

The Hats and Fascinator High Tea will take place at Gledswood Homestead, 900 Camden Valley Way, Catherine Field, on Sunday from 1pm.

Tickets cost $55 a person, which includes bubbly drinks on arrival, high tea and tea and coffee.

To help Heavenly Curves reach its goal of making $5000, make a donation by clicking here.

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