Last Friday, Lucy (Harrogate Mama) and I hosted our very first Harrogate Tribe event with three aims in mind:
1. To connect local businesses with Harrogate residents
2. To have fun and meet new people within our home town
3. To support local charities
Success at Harrogate Tribe
We were overwhelmed and honored to host over 50 fabulous ladies at Everyman Cinema. The First Harrogate Tribe event was all about an shopping and pampering oneself.
The event was all for a good cause, raising over £300 for The Harrogate Homeless Project. We are proud to support this project as it aims to provides support to homeless and vulnerably housed people who are connected to the area and helps them to move onto independent living.
Tribers, can you spot yourself?
Here’s what was on offer at The Harrogate Tribe Night Out:
Joseph Ferraro Hair was on hand to boof your bouffant.
The brilliant team from Joseph Ferraro Hair treated Tribe members to a complimentary styling and tips when curling your hair.
Hampsthwaite Gifts had the perfect present.
The absolutely fabulous Vivanne from Hampsthwaite Gifts draw in the crowds with her gorgeous range of brand gifts and interiors.
Heals Wellness Spa enticed you into a state of calm with a relaxing massage.
Heals Wellness Spa, from Harrogate’s Montpellier Quarter, puts health and well-being at the very heart of all its treatments. They were on hand to relax Tribe members. by the end of the night we were completely chilled.
Harrogate Tipple made sure there was tipples aplenty.
Harrogate Tipple cracked open the Premium Harrogate Gin. Infused with fresh botanicals from the local RHS Garden Harlow Carr and Lavender, Pink Grapefruit together with Harrogate Spring Water made for a very tasty gin!
Violet Store made sure we were fashionably dressed.
Sara from Violet will be showcased her iconic HGTE range which also raises money for the Harrogate Homeless Project.
Jewellery-works.com brought the bling!
The delightful Isabel from Jewellery-works.com shared her range of jewellery just in time to get holiday ready.
The Lingerie Room taught us about buying the right lingerie.
The lovely Nicola from The Lingerie Room, near to Pure Gym, shared her her expert tips on how to choose the right shaped bra for you. She also brought along some gorgeous summer beach wear.
And Bobbie Brown added a touch of glamour with makeup tutorials.
The gorgeous team from Bobbi Brown Studios, near Victoria Shopping Centre in Harrogate was on hand to give you some pointers for your summer look!
What is the Harrogate Homeless Project?
The charity runs a homeless hostel on Bower Street, which houses 16 people and acts as an emergency refuge for rough sleepers in accordance with the ‘No Second Night Out’ scheme.
They also run a day service called Springboard in Harrogate town centre, providing food, shower facilities, activities and one-on-one meetings with support workers that are designed to help rough sleepers get the help and advice that they need to get back on their feet.
If you’d like to know more or would like to volunteer email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Is there going to be more Harrogate Tribe events?
Firstly thank you to all who supported and attended, we really couldn’t have done it without you. Secondly, a round of applause and cheer to Everyman Cinema, they were an awesome venue. Thirdly, big shout out to Harrogate Mama. I loved working with her and hope/will be in the future. Which brings me on to say
I’m very pleased to announce that we will be doing another event soon so, if you you are interested in attending, sign up to receive my news and I will be releasing a date soon.
The Harrogate Girl and Harrogate Mama are keen to keep connecting the Harrogate Tribe with more shops, restaurants, and businesses. If you want to get involved email them at TheHarrogateTribe@gmail.com