GUESTS were fed, watered and pampered at La Sala on Friday as the venue played host to the Macmillan World’s Largest Coffee Morning.
Puerto Banus’ newest beauty salon, Golden Tarts, provided mini beauty treatments, including threading, manicures and makeovers, with all proceeds going to the Macmillan and Cudeca cancer charities.
The Meringue Shop also touted their brightly-coloured wares, donating their profits to the causes.
Raffle prizes were donated by Sala Group’s suppliers Flowers Inc, Francisco Serrano and the Meringue Shop. There was also a pop-up fashion boutique courtesy of Sala Beach and Frock Me.
Ian Radford, Sala Group chairman, said: “We wanted to take part in the event, but being in Spain decided to give something back to the local cancer charity Cudeca, as they have supported and cared for so many people on the coast.”
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