PREVIEW: SAY THANKS A BUNCH THIS MOTHER’S DAY …

Posted on March 25th 2019 by Whats on Northeast

Everything is coming up roses for Sunderland mums this month – with the chance to look picture perfect.

To celebrate Mother’s Day, the Bridges is holding a special event on Saturday 30 March.

And along with the opportunity to relax with a free hand and shoulder massage, mums can pose against a stunning flower wall of white and pink blooms for the ultimate social media selfie.

Staff from the shopping centre will also be on hand to give out daffodils to all who come along to the free event, at Central Park, from 10am to 4pm.

Andy Bradley, centre director at the Bridges, is looking forward to welcoming mums from across the city, along with their children.

“Mother’s Day is that special chance to show mums how much they mean to us and here at the Bridges we’re marking the occasion with something a little different,” he said.

“Not only are we giving them the chance to take a little time out from their shopping for a bit of pampering, but we’re also offering some star treatment – and some wow-factor selfies – with our spectacular flower wall.”

“Stores throughout the Bridges are piled high with treats for mums and our team will be on hand throughout the day to welcome families from across the city and beyond.”

For further information about the Bridges visit www.thebridges-shopping.com.


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