Mandie Stevenson with our Little Mix Competition Winners


On the 27th of July, we hosted the two lucky ladies who won our once in a lifetime fundraiser for Breast Cancer Now.

Megan Erskine (18) and Emily Davidson (18). Both winners were delighted to have been selected as the winners of our exclusive prize, as well as supporting the great cause of Breast Cancer Now.

Donations were invited through a dedicated Justgiving page giving donators the opportunity to win a VIP prize package which included tickets to see Little Mix at The Falkirk Stadium. The package also included a fabulous makeover from our very own Stacey Leigh Spalding and limousine chauffeur to the concert, courtesy of Ultimate Private Hire.

There was a buzz in the air when the girls arrived with a friend each, there were lots of giggling and anticipation for the night ahead. Stacey and the team worked their magic on the girls and made them all look stunning (I am sure you will all agree).

The concert was a roaring success with Little Mix putting on a great show, showcasing all their greatest hits as well as some new ones. We hope the girls had a fantastic night and we loved seeing them enjoying themselves. The pop superstars performed all of their biggest hits including “Touch”, “Shout Out to My Ex” and “Black Magic” as a part of their Summer Hits Tour 2018

Janice Archer from Stacey Leigh Spalding make-up said, “The girls had an amazing day from start to finish, and were delighted to look and feel glamorous for the Little Mix event. The charity was close to the winners hearts, and it was very special for everyone within SLS (Stacey Leigh Spalding) studio to be a part of the collaboration with the Falkirk Business Hub.


Breast Cancer Now Scotland is the leading breast cancer charity in Scotland. The charity is dedicated to stopping women dying from breast cancer and believes that, if we all act now by 2050, everyone who develops breast cancer will live.

To help the achieve this goal, Breast Cancer Now Scotland fund cutting-edge research into the disease in Scotland. They collaborate with the brightest researchers and leading organisations from around the world.


Mandie Stevenson’s story is also another important reason for us to support this charity.

Mandie, who is from Falkirk, was diagnosed with secondary breast cancer in 2015 and was told she had five years to live. She finished chemotherapy two years ago and is continuing to make positive progress in her recovery.


Falkirk Business Hub believe in giving back to those in need and are always happy to welcome charities. We continue to support Breast Cancer Now Scotland. Mandie Stevenson is a true inspiration and we are proud to support such an invaluable cause.


For more information about Breast Cancer Now, you can visit the Charity’s website here

To find out more about Stacey Leigh Spalding and her services, visit the company’s Facebook page here

To find out more about Little Mix and follow them on their tour please visit their website here