For a limited time only, buy any candle and receive a free diffuser!
As many of you will already know, Falkirk Business Hub is delighted to be supporting Breast Cancer Now this year. They are Scotland’s leading charity dedicated to stopping women dying from breast cancer, with an aim that by 2050, no one will die from breast cancer.
Breast Cancer Now was selected in support of local young woman Mandie Stevenson who has terminal breast cancer.
Continuing our year support, we have been are delighted to have a very special offer for our beautiful candles.
Mandie is an inspirational woman, determined to raise the profile of the importance of checking your breasts and raising funds for invaluable cancer research. Mandie is also very keen to make sure that everyone goes out and makes the most of every minute! She has been writing a column in the Falkirk Herald to share her views, which, inspired by her Pug Frank is entitled Perfectly Frank!
The Perfectly Frank products have been generously hand-crafted and donated by Larbert based company Candle Shack, so every penny of the sale price will be donated to charity.
Each scent comes in a luxury candle or reed diffuser style. The candles are 220gm each with a 40-50 hour burn time.
Each 100ml diffuser offers an excellent alternative for home fragrancing where candles are not practical. Lasting for up to 6 weeks, the diffusers can be used to fragrance hallways, bathrooms and children’s rooms without the worry of a naked flame.
Each product is £20 – with the full amount being donated to charity. The candles and diffusers are on sale at Falkirk Business Hub reception, but for a limited time only, receive a free diffuser with every candle purchase. Payment is by cash only please – we have a limited supply of these products, so pop in and see our Hosts from 8am-9pm Monday-Thursday, 8am-7pm on Friday and 9am-5pm on Saturday to pick up your products and make your contribution to Breast Cancer Now.
Breast Cancer Now fund cutting-edge research into the disease in Scotland, collaborating with the brightest researchers and foremost organisations from around the world. In Scotland the charity support 21 scientists, working on research projects in locations such as Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Stirling. You can find out more about Breast Cancer Now on their website.
Thank you for your continued support.