» Make-up. You use it to face the day some use it to face cancer.
Self esteem is important to all women it just happens to be in sharper focus for those who have cancer.
That’s the reason Look Good Feel Better exists.
They have been helping to combat the visible side effects of cancer treatment for over 20 years through confidence-boosting skincare and make-up workshops and master classes across the UK and worldwide. lookgoodfeelbetter.co.uk/warpaint4life.
» Cheltenham Regeneration and Repair Cafe’s next fix is on Saturday, December 8 at St Andrews Church, Montpellier Street, Cheltenham.
Repairs take place on the first Saturday each month except January when there is no session.
Repairs are free but donations are encouraged to keep the project going.
All helpers are volunteers and new
volunteers are very welcome.
Everything from vacuum cleaners and toasters to clothing can be repaired.
» Moveitorloseit offers easy to follow weekly classes for older people to keep trim, strong and steady.
Exercises, standing or seated are tailored to individual needs.
Classes with Angie are held on Tuesdays from 10.30am to 11.30am and Thursdays 2pm to 3pm at Salem Baptist Church Hall, St Georges Road opposite Sandfields Care Home.
Car parking is available and it is on the A,D,E and F bus routes. The first lesson is free.
For details contact Angie 01242 244682 or 07900 488 533
» Tonight at the Bacon Theatre there will be a production of My Fair Lady.
The famous, sparkling comedy Pygmalion from the pen of the great George Bernard Shaw was reborn into this hugely popular musical of the lowly Covent Garden flowerseller Eliza, transformed through her speech into a lady of refinement by elocutionist Professor Higgins – who gets more than he bargained for.
For more information visit bacontheatre.co.uk or call 01242 258002.
» Everyone welcome at the Seniors’ Coffee Morning each Tuesday at the National Hunt.
Go along anytime between 10am and noon.
Stay for lunch if you wish. There will be someone there to welcome you.