A QEQM nurse has raised cash for children affected by the Manchester bombing – but needs your help

Shams hard at work on her birthday

A birthday celebration with a twist raised £405 to help children affected by the Manchester bombing last month.

Accident and Emergency staff nurse Shams McArthur celebrated her birthday by running a  ‘tea by the sea’ bash on June 5 at Westbrook beach.

The mum-of-two,  ‘in her 40s’ had a ‘totally shredded’ drum and bass workout, Indian head massage, tea and cakes, reiki, meditation a clairvoyant session, yoga and raffle prizes.

Shams has also set up a justgiving page which has so far boosted to total to £505.

She said: “There are online prizes to be  won, we have a £50  cake voucher, reiki voucher, a night with clairvoyant Jayne Davis for two people, a pamper spa day for two and more. All the proceeds will go to the childrens’ ward at Manchester hospital.”
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3 Comments

  1. Thank you so very muchfor all your support xxxx we have loads of online prizes to be won please share tag all your friends on line prizes drawn on the 25th june

  2. Hello my name is Lorraine loz I would like to get in touch to put an article in the isleofthanetnews if poss I’m running a fitness event on 12 th July 👍🏻 Im trying to encourage healthy raving I put classes in every week but have special guest appearance on the event night it’s all about healthy raving keeping fit to drum and bass music

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