Knowing your boobs can save lives!

YES YOU YOU HEARD US RIGHT – FREE SPRAY TANS!!!!!

Coppa Feel ! Is no ordinary charity, it was founded by an incredibly inspiring young lady Kiristin Hallenga, a girl who’s strength & courage has enabled her to dedicate her own fight for life into raising awareness and spreading the kick ass message to young girls & guys about the importance of self checking.

As part of Breast cancer awareness month, Professional tanning services I Rang a Tan Fake Bake and Hutton Moor Leisure centre invite you & your #Breastmates‬ to come & Self-Check (All information packs/cards given out on the day) before receiving a complimentry FREE SPRAY TAN. The lovely girls in Creche are also their to provide FREE CHILDCARE whilst you do your CHECK & TAN!

The Private Free Spray days will be held on the 29th and 30th October at Hutton Moor Leisure Centre in the creche, from 2pm – 9pm in Weston-Super-Mare (full address click here). 

Hutton Moor Leisure Centre are hugely dedicated supporters of Macmillan Cancer, the centre offers a new exercise programme “Energise” for people who have had or who are receiving treatment for cancer. For more info or to contact the centre direct visit here.

To book your Tan slot call the FREE TAN LINE on – 0800 0502TAN that’s 0800 050 2826 

We AIM to motivate as many WOMEN & MEN in W-S-M / surrounding area’s to come & get the info into self checking. This event is being held to spread awareness, education & positive energy towards the fight in early detection of something that affects 1 in 8 women & over 400 men a year! – PLEASE PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD!

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Kris’ Story

What happens at 23? Well, if you’re lucky, seeing a bit of the world, boozing with mates and a whole load of carefree fun. And if you’re less lucky? Breast cancer. Which is precisely what happened to Kris in 2009.
As nuclear–bomb–sized curveballs go, this was right up there with the best of ’em. Discovering a lumpy boob in June 2008, Kris did the done thing and took it straight to her GP, being sent away on the basis that, at her young age, it was bound to be hormonal. Six months and a lovely stint of travelling later, the ‘hormones’ still remained – so, when Kris’s no–bullshit mum marched her right back to the GP, she demanded a referral. But of course there’d be nothing to worry about, because breast cancer is an older woman’s disease, right? Wrong.Eight months on, following a frustrating fight to discover just what the hell was happening beneath her bumpy bust, Kris discovered not only that she had breast cancer, but that it had spread to her spine. Kris was – is – at stage four, the most advanced type of cancer. There is no stage five.Straight away, Kris was thrown into a routine of radiotherapy, five months of chemotherapy, and yet more radiotherapy. So long, carefree fun. So long, travelling. So long, boobs. So long, hair. So long, normal twentysomething life.But as Kris became stable, the curveball remained. How couldn’t it – I mean, come on! She was 23! How the bejeezers could this have happened? Never one to rest on her laurels (read: keep quiet for long),
0206713A00000514-3279278-image-m-38_1445262765483Kris turned her shock and anger into pure kick–ass, immediately making it her full–time mission to encourage her friends, her generation, and YOUNG PEOPLE everywhere to keep hold of their wonderful, carefree lives by getting to know their boobs – and appreciating the fact that, shitty a reality as it may be, breast cancer can affect YOUNG PEOPLE, at any age. A message overlooked by breast cancer organisations.And so CoppaFeel! was born, the first charity of its kind. And by ’eck, did it land on Planet Earth with a bang. Having been started by Kris and her twin sister Maren just one month after Kris’s diagnosis, within mere weeks Kris was appearing on TV and in national press, raising heaps of cash for CoppaFeel!, and sharing her story in the hope of keeping other lasses and LADS from the same fate. And if you thought that breast cancer at 23 was surreal enough, try adding the Pride of Britain award and a Downing Street reception into the mix. From being a normal (okay, normal–ish) 23 year old, Kris’s life had suddenly become anything but. And yes, it’s been incredible. But it’s not the life she would have chosen.After a secondary breast cancer diagnosis, Kris is not cancer free – and perhaps never will be. But she’s keeping as well as she can, being treated at the hospital each month with bone juice to keep her strong. And whenever she’s not in the presence of doctors, she’s pouring her heart, soul and a shitload of kick–ass into making a success of CoppaFeel!, not only refusing to let cancer wreck her party, but refusing to let it ruin yours too.After all, we girls and boys are lucky enough to have been blessed with lovely hooters. So cop a feel, why don’t you – and let’s keep them that way.GIRLS GET READY TO GRAB YOUR #BREASTMATES AND GET YOUR FREE SPRAY TAN X
KNOWING YOUR BOOBS CAN SAVE LIVES ! 

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