Nurses from the care team at Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice are more used to helping others than themselves, but they were able to enjoy a night off at the Meadowhall Ultimate Ladies’ Night.
To give them a bit of a treat, these amazing ladies were all brought to the centre yesterday evening to enjoy the VIP treatment including an exclusive champagne welcome in their honour in Café Rizzole and a visit to one of the newest Ladies’ Night additions – the chill out pods where they enjoyed a head & shoulders massage. Other treats included nail, hair and facial make-overs in the new fast beauty bar.
The ladies also enjoyed being first in the queue to saying hello to celebrity guest of the evening TOWIE’s Joey Essex who was amazed by the job they did. He said: “What a fantastic group of ladies, theirs must be one of the hardest jobs in the world and yet they still achieve amazing things every day for all the children at Bluebell Wood.”
Sarah Branson, Head of Care at the Sheffield-based hospice, said: “We all love working at Bluebell Wood but it’s also good to have time out from even the most amazing job in the world, every once in a while.
“The team really deserved a bit of VIP treatment so the Ladies’ night was perfect for some time out!”
The nurses were also joined by thousands of other ladies who had come to Meadowhall for a girls’ night out of shopping and socialising.
Alex Caley, Events Manager at Meadowhall, added: “As Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice is our official charity of the year we were delighted members of the Care Team could join us and enjoy a few hours off duty where we could look after them for a change!”