On 31st May the lovely Maia Nicholls took the trip of a lifetime to Fenwick of Bond street to meet the one and only Cheryl for a personal styling session! Here’s what Maia had to say about her day…
Cheryl came in a lot sooner than we expected! She said hello and gave us each a hug, and then we chatted about anything and everything (including the amazing clothes we got to keep) for about two hours! She was so interested in asking us questions about us – she probably asked us more than we asked her! She also gave us some advice that I will truly remember forever, and it was one of the best days I’ve ever experienced… and I will never ever forget it!
We hope you had fun Maia! Thank you to everyone who supported Cheryl’s Trust through the Prizeo competition – all funds raised will go towards opening the brand new Prince’s Trust centre in Newcastle.
With thanks to Fenwick of Bond Street and The Langham
Cheryl has launched a competition with Prizeo offering one lucky winner and their guest the chance to win a styling session with her! To enter, just visit Cheryl’s Prizeo page and donate whatever you can afford to be entered for a chance to win! There are also some amazing rewards up for grabs: from signed Cheryl calendars to a personalised video from Cheryl herself. Don’t miss out – donate and enter today! All funds raised will go directly to helping us reach our target.
This competition has now closed – thank you to all who donated to enter.
Cheryl Fernandez-Versini has teamed up with youth charity The Prince’s Trust to help establish a new state-of-the-art centre in the heart of Newcastle to support thousands of disadvantaged young people from across the region.
Cheryl visited the current centre in Newcastle to meet with some of the young people from the North East who have been supported by the charity, to find out how their lives have changed, thanks to the Prince’s Trust.
Jade Savvery, one of the young people who met Cheryl, remarked; “Being from the North East, [Cheryl] really understands the problems young people face.” Jade has personal experience of the transformational effect the Prince’s Trust can have for young people. “I went through a real rough patch, I didn’t think I would make it through school. I find it hard to believe where I am now,” Jade said. “The Prince’s Trust has seen me through some dark times and I am so grateful to them.”
It was a star studded affair at the London ICAP offices on 3rd December as Cheryl and her posse of friends turned out in support of Cheryl’s Trust to take part in the annual ICAP Charity Trading Day.
Simon Cowell, Nicola Roberts, Dermot and of course Cheryl all took on the traders as they got stuck into some serious negotiations, all to raise funds for Cheryl’s Trust. They met many a trader dressed in some seriously questionable fancy dress outfits – but all in the name of good fun!
It was a brilliant day and ICAP raised over £8million – an incredible achievement. It was an honour for Cheryl’s Trust to be a part of the magic.