Blake Buxton, Sennon Wetherett, Kia Prickett and Naith McCarthy having fun at Mumzbuzz.
Blake Buxton, Sennon Wetherett, Kia Prickett and Naith McCarthy having fun at Mumzbuzz. John Gass

Massaged mums get the buzz at Winter Soiree

IT seems a little bad weather can't keep a crowd of sociable mums at bay.

Mumzbuzz's Winter Soiree went off without a hitch yesterday morning, despite cold and wet weather limiting outdoor activities.

In what was another sold-out event for the popular networking group, about 33 mums and 45 kids took cover from the conditions at Casuarina's Osteria cafe, formerly known as Casuarina Sandbar and Grill.

Mumzbuzz founder and director Vanessa Fairweather was ecstatic with the soiree's attendance and the group's continued support from Tweed mums and bubs.

"It was packed," she said.

"Great to have so many mums and their kids there, from babies to five year olds.

"I love it; it's really great to see all the mums having fun in the one place."

With Arbonne's pamper corner, ran by Amanda Evans, offering massages for mums, the kids were free to get involved with the mini indoor soccer field set up by Lance and Helen Deacon of Little Kickers Far North Coast.

"Lots of the mums got a massage at the end," Mrs Fairweather said.

"And the kids had a ball having a kick with Lance and Helen from Little Kickers.

"Also, every single Mum walked away with a prize today."

Mrs Fairweather said she could not believe the support Mumzbuzz continued to receive from keen Tweed families.

"I always hoped it would be as big and as fun as it is," she said.

"Because I run the events every year I get to see all the kids go from babies to toddlers and get to watch them grow up."

Louise O'Boyle and Stephen Nugent from SandWizard Far North Coast were also on hand to showcase their unique SandArt masterpieces.

Visit http://www.mumzbuzz.com.au to find out more about the group and its future events.



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