Mandurah Forum offers mothers and daughters chance to bond this Mother’s Day


Thursday’s make-up masterclass at Mandurah Forum, run by The Body Shop.
Thursday’s make-up masterclass at Mandurah Forum, run by The Body Shop.

MANDURAH mums and daughters will enjoy a memorable day out this Mother’s Day thanks to Mandurah Forum.

The centre will host complimentary mum and daughter workshops in the lead up to Mother’s Day, including make-up tutorials and lessons in hair braiding, macrame and floral arrangements.

Centre manager Jacqueline McKenzie said this Mother’s Day was about giving daughters the opportunity to delight their mums with the gift they want the most – quality time with their children.

“In a hectic everyday life, it can be hard to find the time to meet up, so this Mother’s Day we’re encouraging our mums and daughters to spend some well-deserved time together to relax, reconnect and enjoy a fun day out together,” she said.

“Mums and daughters have a very special bond, so we wanted to really celebrate that this year.”

Make-up artist Ali Bell completing a make-up look on model Claudia Haines Cappeau.

Ms McKenzie also encouraged families to check out the centre’s huge range of gifts and restaurants available.

“We now have a fantastic range of stores available in the centre, along with a unique dining precinct, so finding something special for your mum will be easier than ever,” she said.

“If you need inspiration to find the perfect Mother’s Day gift just ask our retailers for tips and they will gladly help you find the perfect present or make a reservation for your Mother’s Day lunch.”

To win a perfect day out with your mum, shoppers will need to spend $80 in one transaction at Mandurah Forum, complete the entry form and drop it in the entry barrel near Woolworths.

Mum and daughter workshops are free of charge and will run this week in the lead up to Mother’s Day.

For more information, visit www.mandurahforum.com.au.

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