BROMSGROVE women enjoyed pampering themselves at an evening raising money for a cancer charity.

On November 1, Revive Health Club and Spa, based at the Holiday Inn in Kidderminster Road, held a ladies night.

Women paid £6 each to participate, which included a glass of sparking wine, a cupcake and a mini treatment which was either a mini back massage, a mini Indian head massage or a file and polish.

The event was part of Breast Cancer Care’s awareness month and raised £150 for the charity.

Kim McCann, from Revive Health Club and Spa, said everyone particularly loved the cupcakes which were provided by Tracey Wyre from Bromsgrove firm T’smade Cupcakes.