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Mother’s Day Events Hailed A Success
Mums being pampered
Events held at the Oastler Market in Bradford to help people celebrate Mother’s Day have been hailed a great success.

Mums shopping in the Oastler Market in Bradford on Saturday were treated to free pamper sessions to help them relax ahead of Mother’s Day.

Around 100 mums took advantage of a free hand-exfoliation and hand massage and were treated drinks and snacks while they relaxed and were pampered.

Bradford College Level 1 Hair Dressing students were also on hand offering mums the opportunity to have their hair styled for the evening for free.

Young Enterprise also held a trade fair in the Oastler Market Event Space, with a Mother’s Day theme as part of their Company Programme initiative to engage more young people into the world of work.

A team of students from four schools across Yorkshire took part including from Skipton Girls High School, York Campus, South Craven School, Batley Girls School and North Halifax Grammar.

A team of pupils from York Campus took first prize in the days competition and were awarded a certificate of excellence by Khansa Tufail, Bradford Council's Market Promotions and Marketing Officer.

Pupils from York Campus being presented with their certificate
The pupils set up their own company under Livsstil, selling high quality home-ware and kitchen products using quality teak and olive wood as well as recycled glass.

Khansa Tufail, Bradford Council's Market Promotions and Marketing Officer, said:
“We had a fantastic response to our Mother’s Day pamper sessions, with lots of mum taking the opportunity to have a break from shopping to get their hair styled and be pampered.

“We are always looking for new ways to attract people to our markets by putting on events like this in the market and at our Events Space. We had so many mums say what a great idea it was."

For more information on Bradford Markets events visit www.bradfordmarkets.com

Mother’s Day Events Hailed A Success, 13th March 2018, 9:29 AM