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Symply Boudoir Photography in Billingborough to host exhibition in Bourne in aid of Breast Cancer Now





A photographer who aims to give people over the age of 50 a confidence boost is hosting her second exhibition.

Sharon Mallinson, who runs Symply Boudoir Photography, is running an exhibition on Saturday (April 29) from 3pm at the Red Hall in Bourne.

It will feature 50 women over the age of 50 who bravely stripped down to their lingerie to take part in a confidence-boosting photoshoot at Sharon’s studio in Billingborough.

The exhibition will also raise vital funds for Breast Cancer Now through an auction and raffle, sales of the prints and a £5 entry fee.

Sharon said: "We are thrilled to be hosting this exhibition, which celebrates the beauty and confidence of women over 50.

“We believe that every woman deserves to feel beautiful and confident, regardless of their age. This is the second “50 over 50 project” - last year we raised over £2,500 for breast cancer from the exhibition.

“We are proud to be again supporting Breast Cancer Now and hope that this event will make a difference in the fight against this disease."

Sharon said each photo told a unique story about the model and showcased the beauty of women over 50.

“Symply Boudoir Photography is proud to support such an important cause and I hope the event will help raise awareness and funds for the charity,” said Sharon.



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