Patients who have undergone treatment for breast cancer are set to be pampered by trainee beauty therapists from City of Wolverhampton College.

Students studying for a Level 3 diploma in beauty at the college’s Metro One campus will be providing manicures and Indian head massages to members of the Breast Cancer Action Group at the Goldthorn Hotel on Wednesday, February 8.

Tutor Cheryl Jones said: “This is the fourth year that we have provided treatments to members of the group and the students will be using the skills they are learning on their course to provide treatments that will help to aid relaxation and improve their wellbeing.”

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