Jul 18

‘Glamping’ queens raise $3k for breast cancer

VICTORIA Point “glamping” queensMichelle Shaw and Nicole Kennon know how to raise a few eyebrows and money for cancer research.

PRETTY IN PINK: Vicki Fluker, Fiona Hatch, Jackie Matthews, Michelle Shaw and Nicole Kennon, raised $3000 for cancer research.

The charitable duo and agroup of bayside music festival fans helda pink-themed high tea on Saturday to raise money for breast cancer research.

They popped on their best frocks and short of strappingthemselves to the roof of their “glamper-van”, known as Priscilla, raised $3000.

Now they are also putting the hot pink and polka dotted “GlampingQueen” camper trailer touse helping breast cancer survivors at music festivals across the country.

“We were delighted with the turnout and very proud to raise some funds, and to showcase ourPriscillato the world,” Michelle said.

“One of our close friends is a breast cancer survivor so we wanted to do something to give back to the Cancer Council, which played an integral role in her journey,” she said.

Redland businesses including Hog’s Breath Café Victoria Point, Grand View Hotel Cleveland, Dan Murphy’s Victoria Point, Love Life Fitness Victoria Point, Raptis Seafood, The Espresso Bar Victoria Point and Nails by Kirsten at Capalaba, supported the event.

Donations to the Cancer Council can be madeatcancercouncilfundraising.org.au.

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