Mother’s Day pampering surprise for Leeds ‘supermum’ Vicky

YEP's Mother's Day winner Vicky Head getting pampered at the White Rose Centre.
YEP's Mother's Day winner Vicky Head getting pampered at the White Rose Centre.
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‘Supermum’ Vicky Head enjoyed a day of pampering for winning a Mother’s Day competition after being nominated by her doting stepdaughter.

Vicky, from Birstall, has been crowned Leeds’ most deserving mum after winning the Make Up A Mum For Mother’s Day competition, organised by the White Rose Shopping Centre in partnership with the YEP. She was nominated by stepdaughter Zara Mundin for a special day of pampering at the White Rose centre.

YEP's Mother's Day winner Vicky Head getting pampered at the White Rose Centre.YEP's Mother's Day winner getting pampered at the White Rose Centre.

YEP's Mother's Day winner Vicky Head getting pampered at the White Rose Centre.YEP's Mother's Day winner getting pampered at the White Rose Centre.

Zara, who is one of five siblings said: “Vicky is a fantastic mum, lovely person and a wonderful friend to me. My step mum has treated us as one of her own for the last 27 years. She is also a foster carer and is the best substitute mum to all the little ones that come into her care.”

Vicky won a special makeover and pamper day with a prize value of over £200. Her day began with a personal styling session at Debenhams where she was dressed in the latest styles and given £50 to spend.

That was followed by a pamper session at Lush to ensure she was relaxed and refreshed.

As part of the prize, the rest of Vicky’s family had the chance to catch up with her progress over a lunch at the Handmade Burger Company. She was then whisked away to Supercuts for a treatment, wash and blow dry before enjoying an exclusive No7 makeover at Boots.

At the end of the day, she was presented with a gift and flowers to take home.

Speaking about her day, Vicky said: “I was so surprised and flattered to have been nominated by Zara for the prize.

“I was overwhelmed by the kindness from everyone at White Rose Shopping Centre, and I was made to feel extremely special”.

The White Rose is a centre for the community and supports local initiatives such as the South Leeds Youth Hub and The Point, a learning and development centre.

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