In the spirit of celebrating the start of the festive season and supporting local businesses, Bewley Homes was delighted to host customers of Mulberry’s Spa in Beaconsfield in a unique and enchanting shopping experience.
Mulberry’s owner, Hannah Messer, held its annual event at the award-winning housebuilder’s stunning new show home at Wilton Park in Beaconsfield. Guests were able to buy a wide range of beauty products, including Emma Hardie and Neom, spa vouchers for treatments, hampers and candles.
Guests also enjoyed festive refreshments, including mince pies and mulled wine, as well as being able to view The Buckingham, Bewley’s latest show home which was recently highly commended for Best Family Home at the Evening Standard property awards.
Guests also helped raise several hundred pounds over the course of the afternoon which will go towards ‘Team Mikayla’ a charity which has supported one of Hannah’s therapists, whose child was diagnosed with a rare form of Cancer recently.
Hannah Messer said: “We decided to take Mulberry’s on the road for our fabulous exclusive annual festive event and what better venue than Bewley Homes’ award winning show home at Wilton Park. We’ve had some amazing feedback from customers who enjoyed the event and I’m delighted to report we’ve raised hundreds of pounds for charity in the process which will support families going through tough times.”
Elaine Stratford, Sales and Marketing Director at Bewley, expressed her enthusiasm for the event, commenting: “It’s important for Bewley to support local businesses such as Mulberry’s. We believe in creating opportunities for our customers to discover and enjoy the wonderful offerings of our local high street.
“With two award winning businesses coming together, this association with Hannah allowed us to do just that, while bringing a touch of festive magic to the start of the Christmas season. Visitors to the event also expressed how impressed they were with our show home and it was good to see local people who had not had the chance to take a look at Wilton Park.”