Morning of decadent indulgence

2016-11-29 06:00
Photo: supplied Supporting the Demin and Diamonds Ladies Breakfast (from left) Chantal Anley, Tanith King, Anna Kelly and Sheryl Smithies.

Photo: supplied Supporting the Demin and Diamonds Ladies Breakfast (from left) Chantal Anley, Tanith King, Anna Kelly and Sheryl Smithies.

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THE fourth Annual Denim & Diamonds Ladies Breakfast in aid of The Sunflower Fund will take place on Wednesday, 30 November at Durban Country Club.
Dental and aesthetic skin treatment specialists, The Smile Emporium, have come on board as the main sponsor of what promises to be a dazzling event. And what would a ladies breakfast be without decadent indulgence provided by associated sponsors Chateau Gateaux and B.O.N Natural Oils who will be respectively treating guests to a slice of patisserie therapy and a splendid gift per lady.

The event starts at 9am and tickets are R295 per person or R2 950 per table of 10 and pre-bookings are essential.
The price includes a goodie bag, breakfast, guest speakers and lucky draw prizes. There will also be a number of raffle packages on offer, surprise envelopes and exciting expo shopping stalls.
Funds raised will be donated to The Sunflower Fund to assist them in raising awareness, education and tissue-typing of more potential stem cell donors to give hope to patients suffering from leukaemia and other life-threatening blood disorders and in need of a stem cell transplant.

Ladies are encouraged to dress in their best “Denim & Diamond” ensembles as an enviable prize will be awarded to the best dressed.

Those interested in sponsoring a prize, goodie bag items or attending the event, email Tanya on or Nikki on
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For more information on The Sunflower Fund or how to become a stem cell donor, call toll-free 0800 12 10 82 or visit their website

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