05:02AM, Friday 04 October 2013
Ladies enjoyed a morning of relaxation and pampering in Windsor Royal Shopping on Wednesday to raise cash for victims of domestic abuse.
Berkshire East and South Bucks Women's Aid (BESBWA) arranged the coffee morning with support from Clarins in Fenwicks, Daniels of Windsor and Nails Inc. to provide free treatments at Cinnamon Café.
The charity lost 35 per cent of its funding last year and was forced to begin fundraising to support its work.
Elaine Temple, volunteer and community coordinator for BESBWA, gave her thanks to the businesses who offered their support and helped raise more than £260.
"The money we raised will really help and was really impressive for just an hour and a half," she said.
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