‘Cups against Breast Cancer’ at Tone and Tan Youghal

Sarah O Brien, Jacinta Sewell and Norma Stone (Owner, Tone and Tan).

Norma Stone, Tone and Tan and Norma Coughlan, Cake Moms hosted a tremendous ‘ Cups against Breast Cancer ‘ fundraising Coffee Afternoon at Norma's Tone and Tan Salon in Youghal on Saturday 13 October,  to raise much needed funds for the Irish Cancer Society, and to help  raise awareness.

Tea and Coffee was enjoyed with a fabulous selection of cakes made by Norma Coughlan and Christine of Cake Moms, Waterford, which were very hard to resist for any one popping in on the day! The glamourous girls at Tone and Tan were painting lips and nails pink, and a raffle was held on the day with lovely prizes which were generously donated by local businesses. The day was a huge success and a great amount was raised, all of which goes to The Irish Cancer Society. This Charity is one which is  particularly close to cousins Norma Coughlan and Norma Stone,  and they would like to sincerely thank all those who came out and supported them, donated prizes and helped in any way.

Sponsors of Raffle prizes include Coughlan Construction, Cake Moms, Tone & Tan, Go Wild Hair Salon, Mari Mina Pharmacy, Clock Gate Pharmacy, Sage, Tangled, The Quays Bar, The Cliff House Hotel, Castlemartyr Resort, O Flynn’s Dungarvan, Tom Curran’s Dungarvan, Interlude, 360 Cookhouse , The Priory Cafe , The Regal Cinema , Cal Flavins Hardware, Marian and Colin Doyle , Jessica Loves, and SuperValu Youghal.

Donations were still being made this week and Norma Stone extends sincere thanks to everyone who came and supported so generously. “The people of Youghal are so kind and it was lovely to see. I want to thank everyone who attended on the day and those who dropped donations in during the week. I would also like to thank Cake Moms for all the delicious cakes, and the staff at Tone & Tan for organising and carrying out the Raffle. I would also like to send a big Thank You to everyone who gave us a spot prize. We received an overwhelming response. They were very generous.”